ColorOS 14 set to adopt Dynamic Island-style notifications
OPPO is making progress with the first version of ColorOS based on Android 14, according to Digital Chat Station, at least. The well-known leaker has strongly intimated that some new shots of smartphone screens are of the new UI's latest private beta, due to their new features.
They include a new alert style apparently emphatically based on Apple's Dynamic Island, although OPPO may have distinguished it in some ways, the most notable of which seems to be that the notification "capsules" are white rather than black as in iOS 17.
Nevertheless, OPPO's rumored take on the Island might be more unique as it can be set to emanate from corner-mounted punch-holes rather than centrally-mounted pills. Meanwhile, according to other new material posted by Digital Chat Station, ColorOS 14 intends to support its own version of Contact Posters, which can even work with the Find N2 Flip's cover display.