OnePlus Nord Series Get January 2023 Update, While Flagship Series Still Waiting

OnePlus fans around the world are eagerly awaiting the launch of the OnePlus Nord 3, which is expected to launch in June 2023, and will be the successor to the OnePlus Nord 2. Amidst rumors and leaks about the new device, the OnePlus Nord CE 2 Lite 5G and Nord 5G is getting a new software update that brings the latest January 2023 security patch for mid-range phone owners. 

At the same time, OnePlus Nord 5G smartphone users will not get the latest OxygenOS 13 firmware upgrade, which is the most feature-rich Android skin. In good news, here we have a new offer for the OnePlus Nord CE 2 Lite 5G and Nord 5G phone users in the form of a January 2023 update. The report suggests that the firmware appears to be CPH2381_11_C.26 and AC2001_11_F.18, which is in line with the build version on the device.

At the same time, the update package is not confirmed. Mention the Chinese tech giant releases the January 2023 update in batches and suggests downloading it as a pop-up. Also, these updates are happening through OTA, which may delay the ‘update-access’ process. However, you can head over to the Updates section and install it manually.

Talking about the changelog, the firmware does not bring any significant changes to the system of the device. Nevertheless, the latest security patch promises to fix minor bugs and issues in the internal framework software. Furthermore, it maintains performance stability and enhances the efficiency of device functioning by reducing system lagging, app crashing, and other things.



  • Integrates the January 2023 Android security patch to enhance system security.
  • Improves system performance.

How To Update:

To download the latest software update, we suggest you navigate to the Software update settings on your smartphone and check for availability via “System > Software update.” If available, click the Download button.

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