Can Colour OS 13 increase your battery life? Here is what we know

A few months before Oppo released its Color OS 13 update for its few devices. It is given a completely new design to its main screen. The company has also brought up many features and solved all the major issues faced by the users.

It has also added a dynamic computing engine. Which is claimed to give you a long-lasting usage of up to 34 hours. in order to establish high performance with low power consumption. The computing power model makes sure that the hardware’s processing resources are appropriately scheduled. It has also reduced its refresh rate to 1Hz with an Always-On display to minimize about 30% of the power consumption.

Some Other Features were added with the update.

It also claims to keep the user’s data safe through its on-device algorithm model which can automatically recognize. And pixelate profile photos for free social sharing. The device has provided a private safe enhanced by the adoption of the Advanced Encryption Standard for keeping photos, files, and videos private.

It has many more features like multi-screen tasking, meeting assistant, larger folder size, and kid space which automatically adjusts to eye comfort mode.




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