OnePlus Nord gets its first update, improving camera performance
If you're planning on buying the brand new OnePlus Nord, you will have a software update waiting for you to install it when you take the phone out of the box. The Nord has only been official for a few hours, but the first update is already rolling out to review units left and right.
It's OxygenOS 10.5.1, and its changelog speaks of optimized video calling performance, as well as a bunch of camera-related stuff: optimized depth sensor effect and indoor image quality, better power efficiency for shooting 4K at 60fps, as well as overall improvements to the camera experience. As usual, system stability is said to have been boosted too.
The over-the-air update is a 103MB download, so nothing too huge, but it's nice to see OnePlus doing the rapid software update dance for its mid-ranger as well, not having that exclusive to the flagships. If you're interested in the OnePlus Nord, don't miss our hands-on review.
Anyone who has used both OP & Xiaomi would know that OP UI is far better (no irritating apps or notifications from notorious sources) than MI UI. I have been using 5T for last 3 years and haven't faced a single issue with software as well as...
- 30 Jul 2020
Why so much hype? It's just an average phone.
- 28 Jul 2020
- Oneplus Nope
Nope. It isn't really. Xiamomi has better value for money, for instance.
- 26 Jul 2020