OnePlus Nord 2 5G has started receiving a new OxygenOS update. The last update for the smartphone arrived less than two weeks ago. It seems that the company does want to leave any lag in the device even though it is eligible to get only two major Android upgrades.
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The latest software bumps the version number to OxygenOS A.16. As of now, it is rolling out in India, Europe, and North America. For the Indian users, the package is bundled with the firmware version DN2101_11.A.16. Whereas, it can be identified via the DN2103_11.A.16 version for the European and North American models.
Regarding changes, the company delivers the December 2021 security patch with the package along with a few fixes and improvements. The build addresses several known issues including the loss of Google call recording in the Indian variant. Read the changelog below for more details.
- Updated Android Security Patch to 2021.12
- Fixed the loss of Google call recording —(IN only)
- Fixed known issues and improved system stability
- Improved video stability when AI Video Enhancement is on
- Fixed the issue of unclear calls on connected Bluetooth devices
As always, the OTA update is having an incremental rollout. Thus, it will take a while to reach all users in the region. Meanwhile, you can also track the update manually via the Software update section under the Settings app.