OnePlus Nord has commenced obtaining OxygenOS 10.five.11 that brings the January 2021 Android stability patch. The new software update for OnePlus Nord will come practically two months soon after the launch of the very last Android stability update that was rolled out in late December. OnePlus has, having said that, not presented any new characteristics or notable changes through the most up-to-date update. But nevertheless, OnePlus Nord is thanks to receive OxygenOS 11, primarily based on Android 11. That update is at this time in a beta stage.
The OxygenOS 10.five.11 update for OnePlus Nord is at this time rolling out in phases, OnePlus announced through a forum post on Tuesday. The update is initially reaching a tiny proportion of users, with its broader rollout coming in a several times. You can test for the update on your OnePlus Nord by going to Configurations > Method > Method update.
OnePlus is rolling out the most up-to-date software update as OxygenOS 10.five.11.AC01DA in India, although its European establish is arriving as OxygenOS 10.five.11.AC01BA and the worldwide launch is coming as OxygenOS 10.five.11.AC01AA.
As per the official changelog, the OxygenOS 10.five.11 update brings the January 2021 Android stability patch along with enhanced method stability. This means that you should not assume any notable changes coming through the most up-to-date software version. The update also would not bring a new Android OS version as it will even now be Android 10.
In December, OnePlus Nord received OxygenOS 10.five.10 with the December 2020 Android stability patch. That update arrived together with the September 2020 Google Cellular Solutions (GMS) offer and included the OnePlus Store app for Indian users.
Compared with OnePlus Nord that is obtaining the January stability update, OnePlus recently updated OnePlus Nord N10 5G with the February 2021 Android stability patch. Providers such as Samsung and Google also brought the most up-to-date Android stability updates to their telephones.
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