OnePlus Nord has begun receiving OxygenOS ten.five.11 that provides the January 2021 Android security patch. The new software update for OnePlus Nord arrives practically two months after the release of the final Android security update that was rolled out in late December. OnePlus has, nonetheless, not provided any new features or noteworthy alterations by way of the latest update. But nevertheless, OnePlus Nord is due to receive OxygenOS 11, dependent on Android 11. That update is at this time in a beta stage.
The OxygenOS ten.five.11 update for OnePlus Nord is at this time rolling out in phases, OnePlus announced by way of a forum post on Tuesday. The update is originally achieving a smaller share of customers, with its broader rollout coming in a handful of times. You can look at for the update on your OnePlus Nord by heading to Configurations > Technique > Technique update.
OnePlus is rolling out the latest software update as OxygenOS ten.five.11.AC01DA in India, when its European construct is arriving as OxygenOS ten.five.11.AC01BA and the world-wide release is coming as OxygenOS ten.five.11.AC01AA.
As for every the formal changelog, the OxygenOS ten.five.11 update provides the January 2021 Android security patch alongside improved method security. This suggests that you should not assume any noteworthy alterations coming by way of the latest software version. The update also won’t convey a new Android OS version as it will continue to be Android ten.
In December, OnePlus Nord been given OxygenOS ten.five.ten with the December 2020 Android security patch. That update arrived along with the September 2020 Google Cellular Providers (GMS) package and included the OnePlus Keep application for Indian customers.
As opposed to OnePlus Nord that is receiving the January security update, OnePlus recently up-to-date OnePlus Nord N10 5G with the February 2021 Android security patch. Businesses together with Samsung and Google also introduced the latest Android security updates to their phones.
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