OnePlus Nord, 7 and 7T about to receive Android 11. Some say goodbye to support

OnePlus Nord, 7 and 7T about to receive Android 11. There are gods to support

OxygenOS 11 (based on Android 11) marks a turning point for OnePlus. The manufacturer has always been known for bringing very fast updates to its users. But this time, it was reserved only for the latest top models.

Through its official forum, OnePlus has just revealed in which molds OxygenOS 11 will be launched for the remaining supported models. And the users of OnePlus Nord will be the next to be contemplated.

OnePlus Nord receives OxygenOS 11 (Android 11) Open Beta next week

“Next week, OnePlus Nord will receive the first Open Beta from OxygenOS 11. As for the stable version, we will collect feedback from the Open Beta, perfect the software according to our standards, and then proceed to phased releases”, you can read on the publication about OnePlus Nord.

According to the brand, they are working to “launch OxygenOS 11 simultaneously” on the OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7T. The equipment has already received the “Closed Beta” which brought up some problems. After working together with Qualcomm, they hope to soon launch the Open Beta version of OxygenOS 11 for these devices.

Who has a OnePlus 6, OnePlus 6T, Nord 10 or Nord 100 will continue to wait. This is because the brand does not mention specific dates for the launch of OxygenOS 11 on these devices.

Unsurprisingly, OnePlus 5 and OnePlus 5T do not receive OxygenOS 11

It is important to note that OnePlus only refers in this publication to “OnePlus 6 and subsequent models”. This means that, as expected, the OnePlus 5 and OnePlus 5T will not receive this version. For now, only the OnePlus 8 and 8T have received it.

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