OPPO Won Four Red Dot Design Award for its ColorOS 12

OPPO Won Four Red Dot Design Award for its ColorOS 12

OPPO bags four Red Dot Brands & Communication Design Awards in 2022 for its pioneering designs in its ColorOS12 operating system. The winning features include the OPPO SANS Fonts, O Relax app, OMOJI, and the Two-Finger Split Screen function. 

O Relax is OPPO's digital well-being application that uses audio to help its users relax and unwind with soothing music tracks and ambient sounds of nature. Its key feature – Sounds of the City – is inspired by different cities all around the world. This feature offers users high-quality ambience sounds recorded from places around the globe, including Reykjavik, Beijing, and Tokyo. Covering a fast-paced vibe to the calming sound of different cities, Sounds of City captures unique and distinct sounds.

Another winning feature of OPPO is the OMOJI from ColorOS 12, supported by OPPO's industry-leading Face Capture algorithm. It comes with a high-precision model of virtual expressions based on 52 core human facial expressions with 200+ stylistic elements. This feature enables users to customise emojis for themselves that reflect their unique style and send messages with a personal touch.

ColorOS 12 introduced the new “Two-Finger Split Screen” function tailored to the 7.1-inch large screen of OPPO’s first folding mobile phone, Find N. It optimises the user experience by providing efficiency and multitasking flexibility. Users can easily swipe down the middle of the foldable screen with two fingers, splitting the screen display into two to help with multitasking. Such design is aimed to be both intuitive and self-explanatory to users.

The OPPO SANS is a universal typeface designed by OPPO. The visual optimisation ranges from the font’s structure to its glyphs, allowing its overall shape to appear more concise and elegant. These updates present an upgraded sense of technology and strengthen the font’s legibility on various screen displays in different products.

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