Oneplus has recently provided a lot of informative talk about the new ROM and now finally, we are introducing you to the OnePlus’s OxygenOS team. The supporting team is to be thanked whole heartedly. Now below is the goal, reason and other points to our own OnePlus One ROM.
Why OnePlus One is Making their own ROM?
Having a ROM of our own will enable us with faster updating and localization. It is well said that, “Working together with different minds results in exciting ideas.” The same has helped us to create our own software. Working directly with the users for improving the OS has become an easy task. By directly implementing the feedback of users, we are going to make it easy for the OnePlus One Community to create this OxygenOS and shape ROM as per the convenience.
For all the OnePlus One device users, unification between hardware, software and cloud is going to be smooth enough.
Who all are there in the OxygenOS Team?
Our team is a group of talented and skilled industrial designers and mechanical engineers of the world. Undoubtedly, developing a new ROM involves a high set of skills. The same requires a combination of technical people, with unique perspective and minds to suggest improvements that will help in a better software experience for the user. Keeping the above points in mind, we have come up with talented engineers with an experienced background through our connections with the Android Developer Community.
With great honor, we introduce you with a few global members of our OxygenOS team.
- HELEN (Canada):
Helen is the head of Mobile product. To talk about his professional background, he has been the software development engineer and Program Manager at Microsoft. Afterwards, he moved to a wide range of start ups in Seattle areas to gain more experience. We are lucky to have him as a leading personality of our OxygenOS team.
- AARON (USA)
Aaron is the technical head of Android System. Just at the age of 18, he created his own Custom Android ROM “cookies&cream” for the well known Nexus 7. He also went on to help co-found Paranoid Android in 2012 serving as the team leader and architect software there. Aaron worked for Intel too where he assisted the delivery of the Android Lollipop OTA. Having a personality with bundle of experiences is a subject of great honor.
Arz is an experienced personality in the field of graphic designing and deep knowledge about Android theme inclusive of UI Framework. Just at the age of 19 years, he has created a lot of popular themes on Google Play store. Apart, he is the lead designer at Paranoid Android and UX designer for our OxygenOS.
- Other Members of Android Development team
Carlo(Italy): He was the former medical student who became an Android hacker. Carlo has gained high experience being an Android engineer and is a contributor to Paranoid Android.
HIEU(Canada): Hieu is the software architect at Paranoid Android with specializations in OS, Optimizations and power management. When it comes to Hardware enabler, Hieu has solutions to everything.
JESUS(Columbia): Jesus is an independent developer and co-founder at Paranoid Android. He is currently working on an upcoming OxygenOS headline feature.
KARIM(Lebanon) : Karim is an app developer of our OxygenOS team. His past experience includes his entreprenurship and software development internship at Google.
YAMIL(Spain): One can describe Yamil as,” Master of Enterprise Code”. He has a great contribution to the recovery module of OxygenOS.
Above all, we have a lot more engineers and testers to talk about. All of them are a family and have a great contribution to the team.
Expectations from OxygenOS?
We promise you that the OxygenOS won’t be shipped with any bloatware. We have focused on lean and streamlised OxygenOS for better performance keeping battery life and efficiency of system in mind. It will offer a smooth experience which is quite necessary and lightweight. Have a look at it in our OxygenOS’s Logo:
Through our OxygenOS’s Logo, we have tried to reflect the core principles of our brand. The logo is dominated by red with negative space characterizing the OnePlus logo. It is a sign of harmony between the software and hardware creating a balance in the OnePlus ecosystem. We have built it with high quality and community driver design similar to the hardware expectations. The new addition of the features are going to be useful and unmistakable. Using it, we plan to build something which is worthy for the users to get out of their way.
When Can we Download the OxygenOS on our OnePlus One?
Before actually releasing a Lollipop-based ROM, there is a requirement of completion of various certifications. Since it requires quite a lot time, we’ve made a decision to step forward with a fully stable build which is under the phase of testing right now. As it is our first major software release, we have decided to release it after being sure that everything is solid and stable.
Be patient, so we can deliver the bestest experience you could ever found in any Mobile OS.
Image Credits: OnePlus.net
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