OnePlus Nord N20 SE gets OxygenOS 13.1.1.520 September security software update

OnePlus has announced the rollout of OxygenOS 13.1.1.520 software update for the OnePlus Nord N20 SE smartphone. As per the announcement on its community page, the update is being rolled out in the GLO region.

This new update not only enhances the overall system security but also integrates the September 2023 Android Security patch. The update carries the firmware version CPH2469_13.1.1.520(EX01).

Users can check this update manually by navigating to the Settings app on their phone and proceed to install it by selecting the Software update and then downloading the available update.

Let’s get to know about the smartphone in detail.

The OnePlus Nord N20 SE smartphone comes with a 6.56-inch wide IPS LCD display that sports 600 nits of peak brightness and a 20:9 aspect ratio. It is powered by a MediaTek Helio H35 processor paired up with 128 GB internal storage and 4GB RAM.

Now coming to the camera this phone boasts a dual camera setup on the rear featuring a 50 MP main camera, and a 2 MP depth sensor. The front side of the smartphone comes with an 8 MP selfie camera.

This handset is backed by a 5,000 mAh battery that supports 33W wired charging. And as far as colour option is concerned it comes in Blue Oasis, Celestial Black colour.




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