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OnePlus releases 'OxygenOS 'for its OnePlus One phone

OnePlus, a smartphone-maker has recently launched its inaugural version of operating system, OxygenOS, based on Android Lollipop, customized for its OnePlus One phone.

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OnePlus, a smartphone-maker has recently launched its inaugural version of operating system, OxygenOS, based on Android Lollipop, customized for its OnePlus One phone.

The company said the top features of the smartphone were gesture controls from the off screen, quick setting adjustment, and a file manager, Tech Crunch reported.

In its blog post, the company described its approach as 'back to basics' and 'light and essential,' with a focus on performance and battery life, and that their own OS would allow them to quickly respond to user feedback.

OnePlus said its goal is to provide quicker meaningful updates and a better-integrated range of services for all its users.