OnePlus Nord N100 gets OxygenOS 10.5.1 update with touch and camera improvements

OnePlus Nord N100 gets OxygenOS 10.5.1 update with touch and camera improvements

OnePlus launched two sub-premium phones – the Nord N10 5G and Nord N100 – in October. Each of them serves different audiences: The Nord N10 is targeted at users who want 5G connectivity on a budget, whereas the Nord N100 is aimed at users who want to enjoy OnePlus’ excellent software support but some compromises in areas like hardware configuration. While the devices are yet to reach most buyers, one of them has already gotten its first update. OxygenOS 10.5.1 is now rolling out to the Nord N100, and it brings a number of small changes.

OnePlus Nord N100 XDA Forums

The changelog mentions various system changes that you would expect to see straight after a release. With Wi-Fi and Bluetooth related optimizations and general system stability improvements, these are all things that generally get fixed through the initial OTA update. Besides this, the new build also brings improvements to the camera quality and stability.


Here’s the complete changelog for OxygenOS 10.5.1 for the OnePlus Nord N100:

  • System
    • Optimized the touch and interaction experience
    • Improved system stability
  • Camera
    • Improved the shooting experience with camera
  • Network
    • Improved the performance and stability of Wi-Fi transfers
  • Bluetooth
    • Improve Bluetooth compatibility

Just like typical OxygenOS stable channel updates, the latest OTA for the Nord N100 is only being rolled out to a small percentage of users for the time being. Once the company confirms that there aren’t any bugs in the release, the update should roll out to more users.

We currently don’t have access to download links for this OxygenOS update for the OnePlus Nord N100. We will update the post as soon as the download links are available. It’s also worth noting that the aforementioned build is meant for the European variant, since the device hasn’t gone on sale in North America yet.

Source: OnePlus Forums

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