Thursday, May 2, 2019

Android 9 Pie (Go edition) VS New Updated OxygenOS

Android 9 Pie (Go edition) VS New Updated OxygenOS



Now a days a days we have more smart smooth and high quality device experience.But ever we understand what is the reason behind this.If you guess it's for OS than you right it's all about for OS who connect your fastest Hardware to your Software to give you out of the box experience.And day by day it's going more powerful by continue updating this OS. So today we will discuss about newly updated OxygenOS and so called new Android 9 Pie and  Which was more smoother experience gives to the users.So let's dig inside and we will devids this topic into 3 parts
          1.Features of Android 9 Pie (Go edition)
          2.Features of Oxygen OS
          3.Comparison and Conclusions


1.Features of Android 9 Pie (Go edition)


With this Android 9 Pie they aim to bring the latest Android improvements for more entry-level phone buyers.What is in this Android 9 Pie go edition
    .Upto an additional 500MB of storage available          out of the box.with fewer pre-installed and much lighter apps you get 2x more available storage.
    .Faster device boot time.It's possible because off brand new apps designed for lighter updates and downloads.
    .The ultimate account security from Google to protect your devices.
    .With a built-in data manager and more options to help you save.All new Peer-to-Peer file sharing, share your files and favorite content from anywhere using Files Go without impacting your data.


2.New in OxygenOS


OxygenOS is the powers of OnePlus phones and most amazing things is that it still frequently updated with New features and bugs fixes.In January 2, 2019 OnePlus 6 gets new security update, wi-fi improvements and many more.Hot on the heels of Android pie officially making its way to 5 and 5T and now they rolling out OxygenOS 9.0.3 for OnePlus 6 with a few small update.Including better Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity and huge Android security.
                 The camera update is most attractive to the users with better Nightscape and slow motion performance and also they improve image processing capabilities.And a interesting optimization for the sRGB display setting and reading mode.And for the Gamers they update New gaming mode 3.0 they added text notification mode and they added new notification mode for 3rd party calls.


So it was the overall features and new updates which can help your device for running more smoother and better experience.Now let's see the comparison and get a conclusion for Android 9 Pie vs OxygenOs.


3.Comparison and Conclusions

To make this comparison we have put side by side screen shots for more easier to understand.

Lock screen

Google removed quick actions from the lock screen in Android Pie. OnePlus, on the other hand, kept them. They aren’t customizable like they were in Oreo, but they’re still there, with one for launching the Google Assistant and one for launching the camera. The fingerprint icon is slightly larger on stock Android while on OxygenOS it’s smaller and matches the size of the quick actions. Another point to note is that the weather is not displayed on OxygenOS.

OxygenOS
StockAndriod

The launcher

After unlocking the phone, you get to the launcher. The stock launcher has a Google search bar below all the apps, whereas OxygenOS doesn’t. OxygenOS adds a space between the last and second-last row of apps that contains a slide-up icon. The stock launcher skips it for its gestures which we’re coming to in a bit.
When you long press an icon, you get notifications and app shortcuts on both. OxygenOS keeps options like remove, uninstall, edit, and app info followed by the notifications and then the app shortcuts (if there’s any room left). The stock launcher gives you the notifications and the app shortcuts, above which you can tap a button to get the app info. To remove, uninstall, or get to the app info, you have to drag the app icon to the top of the screen where their respective options are.
OxygenOS
Stock Andriod

Notifications

Pulling down the notification tray once reveals an almost similar, well, notification tray. Android Pie removed the settings shortcut, but OnePlus decided to keep it, along with the name of your carrier. OxygenOS also moved the “manage notifications” option to the right and replaced the “clear all” option with a floating button that’s on the bottom.
OxygenOS
Stock Andriod

Overview screen

When you get to the overview screen, you’ll see that OxygenOS has done a much better job. On stock Android, a row of apps that Google thinks you’re most likely to use appear with the previews of the recently opened apps on top of it. OxygenOS skips it, but what’s its need anyway? Stock Android has the app’s icon on the top of the preview, but OxygenOS has the icon as well as the app’s name. OxygenOS does, however, round the corners a bit too much.
OxygenOS
Stock Andriod

Gaming mode





OxygenOS also has gaming mode that can automatically turn on for apps. It can limit other apps’ network usage, disable automatic brightness, show notifications differently, and more. For notifications, it can either block them, show them heads up, or be text only. It can even route all incoming calls to speakers.
Heads-up notification

Text-only notification

Conclusion

OxygenOS does many things way better than stock Android does. While they have improved stock Android a lot, I think there are a few things they can still improve to make the experience even better. They could make split-screen easier to use, for example. Personally, I’m also not a fan of the UI changes like using the older icons and font. I really wish they change it: it’s the only thing that makes me dislike OxygenOS.
Don’t get me wrong: OxygenOS is really good, and I’d prefer it over stock Android anytime. However, in my opinion, they have the potential to make the experience even better than what it is currently. Isn’t their mantra “Never Settle” anyway?
OxygenOS makes a strong argument over stock Android and is, if not the best, one of the best Android skins on the market. OxygenOS beats stock Android in functionality, intuitiveness, and customizability while stock Android only gets an upper-edge in design. If they make the UI similar to stock Android, there’s no reason to consider stock Android over OxygenOS.

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