OnePlus Nord 2 has begun getting the most recent OxygenOS update. The update packs the November 2021 Android security fix alongside bug fixes and other minor framework redesigns. The update brings enhancements, for example, power-utilization improvements. OnePlus Nord 2 was revealed in July this year with Android 11 and OxygenOS 11.3 on top. The handset was getting ensuing updates from that point forward. In October, the Oxygen OS A.11 update brought a few framework changes, further developed HDR impacts, and advanced organization strength to OnePlus Nord 2.
OnePlus Nord 2 update changelog
According to OnePlus people group posts, the OnePlus Nord 2 handsets are getting an update with the firmware form DN2101_11_A.13 in India. The European variation, then again, is getting DN2103_11_A.12 update. The update brings framework upgrades including decreased power utilization and streamlined back-end the board for a superior gaming experience, shows a screen capture shared by an OnePlus Nord 2 client on the local area page. The update packs the November 2021 Android security fix, alongside solidness enhancements and normal fixes for issues. According to the screen capture, the changelog specifies enhanced VoWifi and ViLTE experience and organization related upgrades.
According to another screen capture, the European variation of the handset is getting the October 2021 Android security fixes rather than the most recent November one with the changelog.
OnePlus is yet to formally report the arrival of the most recent security fix, yet it is relied upon to incorporate general bug fixes and security-related updates and is probably going to arrive at all qualified clients in a slow rollout plan.
Clients can refresh their OnePlus Nord 2 cell phones while they are associated with a solid Wi-Fi and are put on charging. Normally, the OnePlus refreshes are booked to carry out in an arranged way and arrive at all qualified cell phones consequently over the air. In any case, sharp clients can likewise physically check for the update by making a beeline for Settings > System > System refreshes.