In a statement, the company said ColorOS 13 included a number of key features from Android 13, while also introducing a new aquamorphic design for its user interface.
The aquamorphic design, as the name suggests, is based on the way water behaves in nature. There is a new theme palette based on the changing colour of light between sunrise and sunset at sea level.
ColorOS 13 also includes new behavioural prediction based on the the user's control intentions. There is also a new always-on display option.
The new engine was claimed to improve battery life and help keep more apps alive in the background and cutting down on the lag while switching between apps.
The new ColorOS included a meeting assistant for smartphones, claimed to be the first for the industry. This assistant prioritises wireless data packages to offer a more stable connection during meetings.
ColorOS 13 will be rolled out to about 35 models during the year, beginning with the Find X5 Pro and the Find X5 on Friday. A chart listing the update schedule is below.