OnePlus has released the stable Android 13 update (with OxygenOS 13) for the OnePlus 10 Pro. This is a pretty big deal as one of the first outside of Google to release this in stable form.
The OnePlus 10 Pro has had several Android 13 beta builds, so this didn’t just come out of no where. Still, not even Samsung has released stable Android 13 to any of its phones, although they are testing Android 13 and One UI 5 on several and will likely update many more devices to it before OnePlus does. OnePlus is known for quickly updating its most recently released Pro phone and then taking a lot longer on older phones.
For those who own a OnePlus 10 Pro, OnePlus says that members of the beta program will be the first to see the update. It will then gradually rollout to the rest of the 10 Pro owners. And in case you were wondering, this rollout can take some time, like several weeks worth.
For new builds, should you find someone with a OxygenOS 13 file list for manual updates, below is the info you’ll need to make sure you grab the right one:
What’s new in OxygenOS 13 that you should be aware of? Quite a bit. The full changelog is below, but just be aware that this is now basically the full transition from the OxygenOS you once knew into OPPO’s ColorOS. This has the new OPPO Aquamorphic Design and smooth animations, the new media player in the Quick Settings area, and the Dynamic Computing Engine that should deliver an overall smoother experience. But again, this is really just ColorOS running under a different name.
Android 13 / OxygenOS 13 Changes: