ColorOS 12.1 released: TUV Class A certification
At the end of November, OPPO Reno7 series was released at the same time, ColorOS 12 system officially debuted, using the self-smooth engine 2.0 and quantum animation engine 3.0 which claimed to be able to persist for 36 months without lagging, and passed the 36-month system anti-aging evaluation by Thiel.
Today, with the arrival of the OnePlus 10 Pro, ColorOS 12.1 upgraded version also arrived, still focusing on the common use of no card, including the AI self-smooth engine upgraded to version 2.1, which passed the German TUV South Germany 36-month smoothness A grade certification.
According to the official statement, after 36 months of using ColorOS 12.1, the comprehensive aging rate has been reduced to just 2.75%, while AI resource scheduling can reduce memory usage by 35% and the F2FS file system can solve the lag caused by fragmentation.
ColorOS 12.1 has more than 300 basic experience optimizations and feature upgrades, with highlights including:
Free floating window: more intuitive and easy to use.
Cross-screen interconnection: support for cross-screen application multi-opening.
Smart Sidebar: Smart treasure box, still good for use.
Free translation: more languages, translate while turning pages.
The update plan for ColorOS 12.1 has not yet been announced. In fact, many models of OPPO and OnePlus are still being adapted to ColorOS 12, so I wonder if it will be 12.1 in one step.