That said, the OnePlus Nord N200 remains a decent 5G budget-friendly smartphone, so if you’ve bought the carrier-unlocked version, you should receive a new OxygenOS 12 update based on Android 12, XDA Developers reports. Besides Android 12, the update contains the May security patch, as well as some of OnePlus’ own new features and improvements. Below is the full changelog for the OxygenOS 12 C.15 update: [Added] access to OnePlus Scout in Shelf, allowing you to search multiple contents on your phone, including Apps, Settings, Media Data, etc
The Nord N200, one of OnePlus’s cheapest 5G smartphones sold in the United States, is now receiving the long-awaited Android 12 upgrade. The bad news is that this will be the last big update for the OnePlus Nord N200 5G, so if you want to run Android 13 on your phone, you’ll need to upgrade to a newer handset whenever Google releases Android 13 later this year.
Keep in mind that the update is rolled out in waves, so it might take a few days to reach all OnePlus Nord N200 users. Since the carrier-unlocked version of the phone is now getting updated to Android 12, we’re expecting T-Mobile to provide the update very soon.
[Added] Work Life Balance feature, allowing you to effortlessly switch between Work and Life mode via quick settings. [Added] the support of automatic Work and Life mode switching, based on specific locations, Wi-Fi network, and time, also bringing customized App notification profiles according to the personalization [Added] the support of switching between different layouts with a two-finger pinch gesture, intelligently recognizing the best-quality pictures, and cropping the thumbnail based on the content, making the gallery layout more pleasing