OnePlus Nord 2T smartphone users have already received the latest OxygenOS 13 in the form of beta iterations. But it looks like, the new beta firmware has not satisfied the respective handset owners much. In the present scenario, OnePlus Nord 2T smartphone users are dealing with slow internet connectivity issues.
Not only one or two, but many OnePlus Nord 2T consumers reported fluctuations and issues with the internet and Wi-Fi connections in recent days. No doubt, it could be a bug that would have traveled along with the firmware to the device system. However, the bug has now become a huge headache for users.
As per the input revealings, a user comes around the forum complaining that OxygenOS 13 beta has resulted in a handful of connectivity issues for his OnePlus Nord 2T 5G smartphone. While the phone also surfaced extreme battery consumption and draining problems alongside.
In the meantime, another user added that the connectivity issues continue to the calling scenarios as well. Consequently, it takes time to switch to the speaker during a call which often creates an interruption. In short, OnePlus Nord 2T users are experiencing the following issues after installing the OxygenOS 13 beta package:
- Battery draining faster than before
- Slow internet speed
- Fluctuating from 4G to 5G
- Taking time to turn on the Internet
- Taking time to switch to the speaker during a call
- The Wi-Fi toggle automatically turns on
A stable update could resolve these issues!
Notably, it has been a long time since the OnePlus Nord 2T holders didn’t get the stable OxygenOS 13 upgrade. Perhaps, the official firmware can resolve the mentioned issues to some extent. Further, it will also offer a smooth and seamless interconnection experience to users. As of now, the corresponding device owners are looking forward to grabbing the stable release.
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