OnePlus Nord N100 was debuted last year in October with Android 10 paired with Snapdragon 460 out of the box. Before the phone receives Android 11 based OxygenOS 11, OnePlus has given another bump in OxygenOS 10 level. The smartphone is receiving OxygenOS 10.5.8 in North America and will soon get OxygenOS 10.5.10 in Europe.
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The latest software will arrive on build version 10.5.8.BE81AA in North America, while the European users will drive 10.5.10.BE83BA soon.
In the last update, the OnePlus Nord N100 had received March 2021 security patch, which also is changing with the new software. Along with the tweak in the customized skin, the fresh build is arriving with the latest Android security patch by Google, May 2021 based on Android 10.
The Chinese giant has issued a to-the-point changelog that does not provide any major modifications. Although, the update resolves some known issues with several bugs and enhances the user experience by improving system stability.
- Updated Android security patch to 2021.05
- Fixed known issues and improved system stability
As mentioned, the update is currently limited to Europe and North American countries. The build is meant for the stable channel, so it will roll out via OTA to those who have already installed the previous stable version of the software on their devices.
Accordingly, the build will hit a limited number of users in the country in a staged manner. It will steadily make way for all users after making sure there are no critical bugs. Alternatively, you can also rack the update manually from Settings > About > Software updates.