The latest update from OnePlus Nord fixes a number of bugs and adds a number of new features

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In the last week or so, OnePlus has been focusing more on the Nord series. After the Nord 2 5G has reportedly received its long-awaited Android 12 update, the original Nord is now getting some love too. A pretty big update is now hitting OnePlus Nord units in India, but customers in other regions should receive it quite soon too.

The newest OnePlus Nord update solves a slew of bugs and adds a slew of new features. Customers are kept on their toes by OnePlus’s regular upgrades, which aim to improve the user experience or just fix some of the most aggravating faults. There isn’t a week that goes by without a new update for one of OnePlus’ devices. And, based on the change log, these are significant upgrades that many people are anticipating since they address nagging flaws.


  • Apart from releasing this comprehensive update, OnePlus is now asking Nord users to fill out a survey that will help its OxygenOS team to better understand their experience with this particular version of the operating system. If you want to share your feedback with the Chinese handset manufacturer, visit the community forums.

  • Dubbed OxygenOS 12 F.12, the latest OnePlus Nord update fixes many issues with the mid-range phone, but also adds a bucketload of new features. Below is the full list of changes, but keep in mind that some of them are only available for the specific version of the phone. [Added] Smart Battery Engine, a feature that prolongs your battery life based on smart algorithms and biomimetic self-restoration technology


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