Here we go again with another review of the OnePlus Nord models and this time I am going to talk about the OxygenOS 3.0. This review will not be as comprehensive as the previous one but I am sure that they will still give a good impression of this device. With the company creating an advanced interface for Android devices the OxygenOS has really taken the world by storm and it has the most powerful and feature rich mobile operating system. Many leading cell phones makers are now trying to create their own unique OS but they all failed in the attempt.
One of the major features of the smartphone is the OxygenOS 3.0, which is a customized OxygenOS based on the Android Kit Kat 4.4. This OxygenOS will provide you the best out of the box. This is because of the wonderful features like the built-in radio, notification centre, music player, and so much more. This review will not be as comprehensive as my previous one for the simple reason that this is one of the first smartphones that I have had the pleasure of owning and I wanted to give it the best treatment I could.
The first thing that I did when I saw the OxygenOS was to download and install the Ice Cream Sandbox on my phone, which is a unique feature offered by this smartphone. This application will let you experience the power of the Ice Cream theme engine, which is one of the coolest things that this smartphone has. With the Sandbox installed in your phone, you can experience a number of themes like the famous Google Earth theme, which is a cool background which you can use for your applications. I like the default colour scheme of the OxygenOS 3.0 as it is darkish brown and blue, which are the colours from the Earth map. This smartphone has a really good display with the density of the screen meaning that you can see the whole thing even when you are touch typing on the keyboard.
The second thing that I found useful in this smartphone is the notification centre. Unlike some of the smartphones which offer a very limited notification centre, the OnePlus Nord 2 5g allows you to access four email providers, three of them are Gmail, Yahoo! Maps, and Proactiv. This smartphone does allow you to reply to email messages but this application needs to be bought separately in order to use it, which is fine because it does allow you to set it up how you want it.
The last thing that I did when I wanted to buy the OxygenOS 2 and get the first test run on it was to buy the same handset online and then try to activate it on my SIM card. Although this was a very simple test, since I knew that I would be able to buy one or two more phones from Oxygen OS stores online, I still wanted to get a feel of what the phone would be like when I had it in my actual hands. After connecting the phone to my computer, I opened up the web browser of my choice and was immediately greeted by a white screen which has the OxygenOS logo on it. From here, I could see that the webpage had a tab called live which displayed various apps that were running in the background. From here, I could launch any app that was currently open and see what was happening with the phone.
Overall, the OxygenOS 2 smartphone from OnePlus has all of the features that I want in a smartphone. It has an interface that is smooth to use, it has a fast charging feature, a decent camera feature, a decent amount of memory space, and a fast charging feature. Other than those few things, the handset also provides a host of features that would make you come back to purchase the product again. The OxygenOS software has been developed by Oxygen Labs, a company that is led by ex-Google employee and founder Carl Pezaris. With so much going for this handset, it seems as though the OxygenOS 2 might just have everything going for it to become one of the most popular smartphone models this year.