OnePlus is continuing to provide timely updates for its smartphones, even amidst the buzz surrounding Oxygen OS 14. The company has released a new firmware update, OxygenOS 13 F.48, for the OnePlus Nord 2. This update specifically brings the latest October 2023 Android Security Patch for the India Variant of the smartphone.
The update is being rolled out gradually and will become available to a wider audience only after successful verification on a smaller scale. Therefore, it may take some time for the update to reach all units, ranging from a couple of days to a few weeks. However, users can manually check for the updatenavigating to Settings > About > Software Update.
If any issues or bugs are encountered while using the new firmware, users can submit their feedback via the OnePlus Community or Google Dialer. This allows OnePlus developers to gather information and make necessary improvements to enhance the user experience.
In addition, OnePlus has been actively rolling out the OxygenOS 14 Update Program, which is based on Android 14. The program includes both Open Beta and Closed Beta updates for compatible devices. Devices such as the OnePlus 11, OnePlus 11R, OnePlus 10 Pro, OnePlus 10, OnePlus Nord 3, and others are already included in the program.
It is expected that the stable Oxygen OS 14 build for the OnePlus 11 series will be released in the coming days, as the series has already received the Open Beta 3 build recently.
In conclusion, OnePlus continues to prioritize software updates for its smartphones, with the latest firmware update for the OnePlus Nord 2 bringing the October 2023 Android Security Patch. Users can expect further updates through the OxygenOS 14 Update Program, which is already underway for various compatible devices.
– Firmware Update: A software update specifically for the firmware of a device, which enhances performance, adds new features, and fixes bugs or security vulnerabilities.
– Android Security Patch: A monthly update that includes security fixes for Android devices, protecting users from potential vulnerabilities and threats.
Sources: OnePlus Community, Google Dialer