OnePlus launched the Nord 2 earlier this year. The new OnePlus smartphone launched with a MediaTek Dimensity 1200 SoC and a 50MP triple-camera setup on the back. The company also launched the Nord 2 as its first smartphone with ColorOS’ codebase integration following its teams merging with Oppo. Soon after the launch, OnePlus released an update that optimised the auto-brightness mode, improved app performance and added an Ultra Resolution Mode. It also received an update later that claimed to improve the camera performance. The Chinese tech giant has now released a new update for Nord 2. Let’s take a look at more details on the OnePlus Nord 2 update that has been rolled out to users.
OnePlus Nord 2 OxygenOS 11.3.A.10 update
OnePlus has released a new software update for Nord 2. The new Oxygen OS 11.3 update that fine-tunes system and camera performance. The OxygenOS 11.3.A.10 update for Nord 2 is 245MB in size. The patch notes spotted by XDA reveals that the update includes battery optimisation for popular games like PUBG. Following the update, users can expect some improvements in the battery performance while playing PUBG, aka BGMI, and other games.
The update also fixes the issue wherein face unlock failed in some scenes. In addition, the update also brings performance stability to the camera app.
Following are the complete details released in the patch notes:
- Improve system stability
- Optimised PUBG and other mobile games to reduce system power consumption
- Fixed the issue that face unlock may fail in some scenes
- Updated Android security patch to 2021.08
- Improve app stability
The update has been rolled out to users in India. Nord 2 users can check to see if they have received an update by going to Settings > System > System Updates. In case you have not, we suggest waiting for a few days as the update is being rolled out in a phased manner. We also advise our readers to take a backup of their data before installing the OnePlus Nord 2 Oxygen OS 11.3.A.10 update.