OnePlus One’s OxygenOS has a pretty boot animation


OnePlus is like that one player in the team that you just can’t keep out of the action. After getting into trouble with CyanogenMod Inc., OnePlus decided to move on and start with scratch for their own ROM, which they choose to call ‘OxygenOS‘ for the international market (and H2OS for the Chinese market).

More details about the ROM are promised to come on the 12th of this month, but OnePlus has maintained that it will be a bloat-free ROM with some added features, possibly in an attempt to bring the functionality close to their soon-to-be-erstwhile CyanogenMod OS.

It appears as though the boot animation of the OxygenOS has made its way online, and from what we can tell it looks pretty pleasing to the eye with the red/black combo. What we must also mention is that there’s no way to ascertain the authenticity of this bootanim, so please don’t make this the basis for your next smartphone purchase.

What’s more, the bootanimation can also be downloaded here, but you’re own with flashing and installation of the same. Take a look at it in action below.

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C1CjOFZsaKg]
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10 Comments

  1. Wontonchaos
    February 1, 2015

    is the rumor true that the iuni os team is now part of opo?

  2. Angry Mobile Nerd
    February 1, 2015

    I think this must be the first time in history a boot animation has made the news.

    At least it’s not breaking news.

  3. Guest
    February 1, 2015

    is the rumor true that the iuni os team is now part of opo?

  4. ufg
    February 2, 2015

    Not really sure what the point of this is. I think the Cyanogenmod probably attracted a number of people to the OPO, moreso than a custom ROM, especially keeping in mind custom ROMs until recently have had a bad reputation for being full of bloatware and buggy

  5. Angry Mobile Nerd
    February 2, 2015

    I think this must be the first time in history a boot animation has made the news.

    At least it’s not breaking news.

  6. ufg
    February 2, 2015

    Not really sure what the point of this is. I think the Cyanogenmod probably attracted a number of people to the OPO, moreso than a custom ROM, especially keeping in mind custom ROMs until recently have had a bad reputation for being full of bloatware and buggy

  7. Cuerex
    February 8, 2015

    the boot animation is made from a forum user i saw concepts from first

  8. Cuerex
    February 8, 2015

    the boot animation is made from a forum user i saw concepts from first