OnePlus has started rolling out yet another new software update for the OnePlus Nord (its newly launched affordable mid-range smartphone). The latest OxygenOS 10.5.7 update brings a few more improvements to the mid-range phone, including enhanced video stabilization when shooting 4K 60fps videos using the primary front-facing camera.
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According to the official changelog for the latest update, it also includes improvements to the performance of the macro camera, general power consumption, Bluetooth connection stability, and voice call stability. In addition, OnePlus has made some changes to the device's display calibration with this new update. Unfortunately, the latest OxygenOS update for the OnePlus Nord doesn't bring a newer Android security patch. The Nord still remains on the July 2020 patch, while Samsung and a few other Android OEMs have already started rolling out the September 2020 patch to their phones. The OxygenOS 10.5.7 update is currently available only for a small number of Nord users, but OnePlus expects to begin a broader rollout within the next few days.
Here's the official changelog:
Improved general power consumption
Improved 4k 60 FPS video stabilization of the front camera
Improved image clarity of macro camera
Improved general display calibration
Improved Bluetooth connection stability
Improved voice call stability