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New Update Improves OnePlus Nord 2 5G Camera Performance

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The OnePlus Nord 2 5G is now getting a new update with various camera performance improvements. This update is marked as “OxygenOS A.09”, and it’s rolling out as we speak.

This update improves the OnePlus Nord 2 camera performance

The changelog does not consist of camera improvements alone, but it’s focused on them. That’s why we’ll talk about them first. This update will further optimize the “HDR feature experience”.

On top of that, it further improves the camera experience. This entry represents various changes to the camera experience, but OnePlus did not detail them. The HDR boost is quite important, if it’s significant, of course.

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In addition to these camera boosts, the company also optimized the notification feature of the Community app. The system stability has been improved as well, while some known issues have been addressed.

WiFi hotspot issues have been addressed, while the OnePlus Gallery also received a boost

Those of you who have had issues enabling the WiFi hotspot, well, that shouldn’t be an issue after you apply this update. The Gallery has also been improved. The UI has been tweaked, and that should improve the overall experience.

The last entry in the changelog also has to do with the OnePlus Gallery. It says that the loading speed of previewing pictures has been improved.

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The OnePlus Nord 2 has been announced at the end of July, and that’s when it became available as well. OnePlus is doing its best to further optimize the device, and thus offer a better experience to consumers.

This new update is rolling out as we speak, though it’s a staged rollout. In other words, you may have to wait a bit in order to get it. It is rolling out OTA (over the air), and it should hit your phone within a few days – a week.

Do note that installing a VPN probably won’t help you install it ahead of time, as it is not targeting specific regions first. That helped with some previous OnePlus phones, but that’s no longer the case.

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