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OnePlus OxygenOS 13.1 should bring smart battery widget feature

We have stepped in 2023, a year in which OnePlus has packed several goodies for its users. The list begins with the OnePlus 11 launch that we will have tomorrow (January 4). On the side hand, OxygenOS 13.1 is also sneaking from the bag. While the company is trying to combine some best elements in its next upgrade, we believe that there should be one smart battery widget feature in OnePlus OxygenOS 13.1.

You would have heard about this feature in Apple devices. The useful section made its debut with the iOS 14 operating system. Thereafter, the American manufacturer continued to revamp it with more interesting battery showcase options. After exploring it for a while, we would like to see such a battery widget feature in OnePlus OxygenOS 13.1 upgrade as well.

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How the feature is useful? Similar to any other widget, the Apple battery widget also enables you to check the battery level and some significant battery functions without running through the Settings menu and searching for the battery section. Besides, you can check the battery percentage of your other connected devices. For instance, smartwatches, earbuds, and more.

OnePlus OxygenOS 13.1 should bring smart battery widget feature

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However, the best part is Apple battery widget offers three options to review the battery status. You can check it only for one device (iPhone) and can opt for the header option to save space, or can switch to the note view, where you will get a detailed outline of the battery level on each of your devices.

OnePlus OxygenOS 13.1 should bring smart battery widget feature

It’s quite easy to add or remove the battery widget feature on the home screen, just like any other widget. Hence, OnePlus should adopt this amazing feature for its OxygenOS 13.1 upgrade. Eventually, this will make the user interface more interactive and convenient for consumers.

Another reason to adopt this feature is Samsung One UI 5.1 is also going to bring this addition. Obviously, OnePlus fans would not like to see some other Android versions pacing ahead. Thus, there should be such a feature in the upcoming OxygenOS build.

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