OnePlus Oxygen Mode enables UHD video for highest-fidelity mobile AR experience; feature limited to OnePlus 7 & newer devices
OnePlus is among the major Android OEMs which are known for their flagship devices. Also, the OEM is known for its in-house custom skin, OxygenOS.
Now, OnePlus is teaming up with the developers of Rewild, a renowned AR (Augmented Reality) series, to deliver the highest-fidelity mobile AR experience.
To achieve this, OnePlus is introducing the Oxygen Mode which enables UHD (Ultra High Definition) video along with 4K AR textures on OnePlus 7 and newer devices.
Rewild is based on a popular Netflix docuseries Our Planet and it focuses on reverting the loss of nature.
Phoria and OnePlus are teaming up so that everyone can experience Rewild through the Android app without any hassle.
The said AR experience is divided in four episodes that users can select and it focuses on raising awareness for various ecosystems.
The first episode is known as Frozen and it is followed by Grasslands, Forests, and Oceans. All these episodes provide a highly detailed AR experience with OnePlus Oxygen Mode.
It is good to see OEMs like OnePlus partnering with developers like Phoria in order to spread awareness. You can check out the Rewild trailer below.
OnePlus is also working on its OxygenOS 11 (Android 11) update as several eligible devices are still in line to get the latest OS update.
While OnePlus has a relatively smaller portfolio of devices, the OEM is still known for providing at least three Android OS updates to all devices.
That said, we will bring more such stories once new information becomes available so stay tuned to PiunikaWeb.
In the meantime, you can check out our OnePlus Android 11 (OxygenOS 11) update tracker to get the latest updates on topic.
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