The OnePlus Nord N10 5G was released last year with Android 10 pre-installed. Last month, OnePlus released the Android 11 update for the Nord N10 5G. Later, the device received the new OS-based skin, OxygenOS 11. Though, the handset is eligible to grab only one major OS update. The company is still giving a bump to the customized skin with OxygenOS 11.0.1.
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The OxygenOS 11.0.1 update for the Nord N10 5G is announced via the official OnePlus community forum. According to the brand, as of now, the European regions are getting the hit through the firmware version 11.0.1BE89BA. A similar package on build number 11.0.1BE86AA will make its way to North America soon.
Talking about the changes, the new software enhances the privacy and safety of the device by inculcating the current security maintenance, August 2021. Alongside, the changelog claims to improve the system performance for smoother functioning. Moreover, the network connections are now improved. Precisely, the internet connection is refined to ensure a trouble-free browsing experience. Similarly, the Wi-Fi signal connection is also optimized. Below is the official changelog issued by OnePlus
- Improved system performance
- Updated Android security patch to 2021.08
- Improved internet connection and optimize Wi-Fi signal
As usual, before initiating a border rollout, the update will be pushed to a limited number of users to ensure its stability. Also, we recommend you maintain at least 50% of the battery for a seamless updating experience.