OnePlus Nord CE users are quite happy as the company has just begun the stable OxygenOS 13 firmware update rollout for the respective devices. However, there is still confusion about whether the OnePlus Nord CE will get OxygenOS 13.1 or not.
A few days ago, OnePlus released the Android 13-based iteration of the Nord CE 5G handsets in the global market. With the new OS, the devices got some great new features and more ways of customization. But will these models get the benefits of the 13.1 version, is still a question to answer.
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Why this confusion? Generally, Nord devices are qualified for only two major Android updates and three years of security updates. On the other hand, the entry-level Nord N lineup can only survive one high-end OS with three years of security updates support.
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As promised, the Chinese tech maker has delivered new feature-packed updates to these devices so far. Thus, it’s a prominent query to know if the company will serve OxygenOS 13.1 to the OnePlus Nord CE devices or not.
OxygenOS 13.1 is significant: Since the Nord CE 5G models are no longer eligible for any more Android upgrades, the OxygenOS 13.1 firmware becomes a big deal for corresponding device owners.
Although OnePlus could offer additional features to the Nord CE devices with monthly rollouts. But the next OxygenOS version could make notable changes in the reliability of the devices, and further may enhance the user experiences.
Speaking of the device, OnePlus Nord CE is the original handset from 2021. The smartphone has made a strong influence on users with its ultimate performance, graceful appearance, and cost-effective pricing. Hence, the addition of OxygenOS 13.1 will breathe new life into the device.
Up to this point, OnePlus didn’t reveal much about the 13.1 version for its devices. All we know is, the new OxygenOS build will take place somewhere in the first half of this year. Besides, it will emphasize improvements in privacy, performance, and multimedia aspects. Let’s see when the manufacturer will throw some light on this matter.