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OxygenOS 14 Stable Version Based on Android 14 Release Date Officially Announced: To Feature the Trinity Engine

The release date for the stable version of OnePlus’ OxygenOS 14 custom UI based on the Android 14 operating system has been officially announced. OnePlus will release its Oxygen OS 14 this month and before which, Google will also be unveiling its latest Android 14 OS.

Here’s more about it.

OxygenOS 14 Release Date – September 25

OnePlus has officially announced via its community(announced by Head of the OOS Operation Team, Winkey W.) that the brand will launch its latest OxygenOS 14 based on the Android 14 operating system on the 25th of September 2023, this month. Two things have also been confirmed thus. Google will unveil its Android 14 OS this month itself, before September 25th, and OnePlus will be one of the first smartphone brands to incorporate the latest OS to its devices.

As of now, OnePlus has already made the OxygenOS 14 closed beta available to the OnePlus 11, OnePlus Nord 3 and OnePlus 11R smartphones, and the OnePlus 10 Pro device is soon to receive it. The open beta program will also be starting soon.

Along with the release date for the OxygenOS 14 stable version, OnePlus has also shared that the latest custom UI will be featuring the Trinity Engine, a brand new proprietary performance platform from the brand. It will be having six innovative technologies – CPU Vitalization, RAM Vitalization, ROM Vitalization, HyperBoost, HyperTouch, and HyperRendering, and with which, OnePlus devices will be able to achieve higher power consumption efficiency, better multi-tasking capability, and will also be able to offer its users a faster and smoother experience. Apart from the performance improvements, the OxygenOS 14 will also be offering various exciting features as well.

With the official release, we’ll be able to know more about the features that OnePlus is planning to offer its users with the OxygenOS 14 custom UI. Don’t forget to stay tuned until then.

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