OnePlus Nord receives stable update OxygenOS 10.5.11

Before the stable version of Android 11, the company released a new stable update worldwide with the build number OxygenOS 10.5.11.

OnePlus is preparing the start of the long-awaited OxygenOS 11 update based on Android 11 for OnePlus Nord. The smartphone has been receiving the builds of OxygenOS 11 Open Beta since last month. Before the stable version of Android 11, the company released a new stable update worldwide with the build number OxygenOS 10.5.11.

The OxygenOS 10.5.11 update for OnePlus Nord does not contain any new features. It only increases the security patch level for January 2021. It is also intended to improve the stability of the system.

The update contains the following build numbers for the three different variants of the devices sold worldwide.

IN: 5/10/11.AC01DA EU: 5/10/11.AC01BA BELIEVE: 5/10/11.AC01AA

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OnePlus Nord OxygenOS 5/10/11 Official Changelog

Android security patch system updated to 01/2021 Improved system stability

Like any other system update, the latest OTA update for OnePlus Nord will expire worldwide. Therefore, it may take some time to get to your equipment. In any case, you can check under Settings whether it has already been sent.

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It’s worth noting that the OnePlus update history is worse compared to previous years. The brand has only managed to send the stable OxygenOS 11 update to just two devices so far.

The company is expected to release the Android 11 update for nine more smartphones, while the first Android 12 Developer Preview has already been released.

The OnePlus Nord is the first of several Chinese branded devices to reach a higher percentage of the mid-range market. The brand has already launched two other devices, Nord N10 and N100, in the US and UK. According to the latest information, the brand already has the next equipment, Nord SE for the Indian and European markets, in the oven as early as next year.

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