OnePlus has rolled out another software update for its OnePlus Nord model. The much-hyped OnePlus mid-range phone was released just a month back and continues to receive updates.
In a forum post published on Sunday, the company said that the OxygenOS 10.5.7 software update would receive incremental rollout. The update is for India and the global variant, whereas the European Union version is soon released. In India, the build has come with the version number 10.5.7.AC01DA. For the global product, it is 10.5.7.AC01AA.
No new feature has been introduced through the update, but certain key sections like the power, camera, display, and network connectivity have received optimization.
The OxygenOS 10.5.7 update improved the general power consumption of the OnePlus Nord; meanwhile, the general display calibration has been fixed.
In the camera sector, the 4k 60 FPS video stabilization of the front camera has been enhanced. Also, the update brings better image clarity of the macro camera lens. Not going into the details, the update states that the overall BlueTooth connection stability has been fixed now. The update regarding the network sector has come in the form of an improved voice call stability.
As the update is incremental, the company has mentioned that the OTA will reach only a small percentage of users immediately. The firm has promised to release a broader rollout in a few days. OnePlus has requested users to inform them about any other bug in the company’s device on this website.