The newest smartphone to come with the Android 13 update is OnePlus’ entry-level Nord CE 2 Lite, which was launched in May. It looks like the handset is now receiving the Android 13-based OxygenOS 13 stable update in India.
The update will download as much as 4.5GB and arrive over the air, so it might be best to grab it from a secure (and uncapped) data connection. After installation, you will be on software version CPH2381_11_C.25 and have the December 2022 security patch level.
With the small percentage of units that received the new build on day one, OnePlus updates are set for a slightly larger release in a few days, so don’t be upset if your Nord CE 2 Lite hasn’t notified you about the new software yet. It’s not because it’s on the way to the end. If you’re lucky, you can rock the new version of Android into the new year.
The update comes with a number of changes, including, of course, what Google has built into Android 13, but also OnePlus-specific things like Dynamic Computing Engine, which improves system speed, stability, battery life, and app experience, an upgrade to HyperBoost, GPA 4.0 to stabilize game frame rates and performance, and To balance power consumption, improved personalization always on view, optimized shelf, more screenshot editing and adding large folders on home screen.
Perhaps none of these are more important than the new Aquamorphic design, which features “improved visual comfort,” “natural and vivid” animations from the new Quantum Animation Engine 4.0, which recognizes complex gestures and delivers “optimized interactions” and “real-world physical movements into animations that are more natural.” And to make them look recognizable.
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