A few days ago, OnePlus announced the official name of its upcoming new Android operating system, “OxygenOS, which will run on the company’s OnePlus One and future devices. Now, GizmoChina has posted a variety of supposed screenshots from OxygenOS, and they reveal plenty about OnePlus’s new Android build.

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Assuming the images are genuine, OnePlus One owners can expect OxygenOS to offer them a colorful, flat user interface that appears to be in line with current mobile OS trends from Apple and Google.

The icons are flat, and the company apparently uses color coding for different app sections, including gaming apps, tools and social media. Furthermore, the screenshots also reveal details about a potential OxygenOS weather app and its various background images, though not many other details about OxygenOS are available at this time.

The alleged leaked OxygenOS screenshots, as posted online by GizmoChina, follow below.

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