- OnePlus Nord is getting a new OxygenOS update.
- The new update is based on Android 11.
- The update brings a number of bug fixes to the phone.
OnePlus is known for being really quick with its software updates and the company has lived up to this tag by releasing the third OxygenOS 11 open beta for the OnePlus Nord. The update comes with a number of fixes and promises to improve the overall performance of the device.
This new update is also based on Android 11 and brings with itself fixes for the system, camera, and ambient display, and clock. One of these is also a fix for dial icons overlapping on the lock screen while there's also a fix for white space issue in the notification bar in dark mode. The update also fixes Canvas AOD not activating bug and alarms cannot be set issue. The update also fixes Canvas AOD not activating bug and alarms cannot be set issue.
Here's the complete changelog for the update.
Optimized UI display effects of work-life balance
Fixed the issue that the dial icons overlap on the lock screen
Fixed the issue of white space in the notification bar in Dark mode
Fixed the issue that the camera fails to start through quick gestures
Fixed the issue with video recorded by the front camera that can not be played
Fixed the small probability issue that Canvas AOD can not be activated
Fixed the small probability issue that alarm clocks can not be set
OnePlus Nord: Specifications
OnePlus Nord offers users a 6.4-inch screen with FullHD+ resolution and an AMOLED panel. The screen features a 90Hz display and it has a fingerprint sensor under it. The phone supports 5G via its Snapdragon 765G chipset.
The Nord uses a 4115mAh battery as its power source and it supports the 30W Warp Charge system from OnePlus. The charging speed is fast enough to fill up the phone's battery in one hour. On the front, the phone has two cameras.
There is the main camera with a 32-megapixel image sensor and an ultra-wide camera with an 8MP sensor. On the rear, there is a 48MP sensor paired with an 8-megapixel ultra-wide camera and 2-megapixel macro and depth sensor cameras.