OnePlus Nord CE 2 Lite Grips April 2023 Update With Camera Improvements

OnePlus rolling out the April 2023 security update to Nord CE 2 Lite smartphone users in the Global market including Europe. The latest firmware carries OxygenSO version number CPH2409_11_C.28 and is the latest update enhance system security and improves system stability and performance.

[April 22, 2023]

OnePlus Nord CE 2 Lite has started receiving the April 2023 security update. Notably, the company has loaded the new firmware with a bunch of improvements for the camera and app aspects of the device. Whereas it also enhances the stability level of the internal system.

According to the information, the OnePlus Nord CE 2 Lite is getting the new April 2023 update in the Indian market with OxygenOS 13 build CPH2381_11_C.28. Because of the security patches, you won’t need much storage space to install the latest firmware.

In terms of offerings, the changelog shows the presence of the April 2023 patch that improves security aspects. Furthermore, it checks the stability factors and enhances the overall functioning of the device.

Additionally, the update also fixes an issue where third-party apps could not open the camera in full screen. Furthermore, it fixes the issue where you cannot make voice or video calls with WhatsApp in certain situations. Thus, you should install the update as soon as it becomes available for the handset.



  • Integrates the April 2023 Android security patch to enhance system security.
  • Improves system stability and performance.


  • Fixes an issue where third-party apps cannot open the camera in full screen.


  • Fixes an issue where you are unable to make voice or video calls with WhatsApp in certain scenarios.

Currently, the update is rolling out in India, but the company will gradually roll it out to more countries in the coming days. It’s good that OnePlus has released the latest security patches for almost all of its devices by the end of this month. Undoubtedly, the company will soon maintain its timely software update delivery target for its smartphone family.

How To Update

To do so, navigate to the Settings menu > tap on System & Updates > then tap on Software Update. Now the device will access the server to build the firmware for you.

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