Last month, OnePlus launched the successor of its highly anticipated Nord smartphone, OnePlus Nord 2 5G. The smartphone comes with Android 11 based OxygenOS 11.3 on top. The first software update for the device arrived with OxygenOS 11.3 A.05. Yet again, the company is releasing another update to Nord 2. The new firmware brings OxygenOS 11.3.A.08 update along with some camera optimizations.
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As posted on the OnePlus community forum, the build is arriving on the firmware version 11.3.A.08. The package weighs 248.6MB which is presently live in India. Regarding changes, the update adds improvements and optimizations to the smartphone.
To be more precise, the build improves the system’s stability. Plus, it brings improvements in the camera and system app. Getting into details, the shooting performance of the camera app is improved. Moreover, the HDR feature effect is now optimized. Here is the official changelog released by the company.
- Improved system stability
- Optimized the HDR feature effect
- Improved the shooting performance
Like all the others updates, the OTA update is also unfurling in a phase-wise manner. As mentioned, the build is currently limited to India and will roll out to Europe soon. Accordingly, it will hit a limited number of users initially. A border rollout will follow after making sure there are no critical bugs. Alternatively, you can also track the update manually by heading to Settings > About > Software updates.