The upcoming OnePlus Nord 2 5G is going to be launched globally on the 22nd of July and each moment is bringing new detail about the smartphone. Previously, we got a lead on the display and design the phone is to feature and already a new detail has popped up. The smartphone is under the spotlight and XDADevelopers recently interviewed the head of the OnePlus product and shared the points that Oliver Zhang talked about during the interview.
Oliver told XDA that the OnePlus Nord 2 5G is going to be the first phone to have the OxygenOS v11.3 which is established on integrated codebases. Earlier this month OnePlus revealed that the company is working with the development squad of Oppo to integrate the codebases of both the OS- OxygenOS and Color OS. Both of the companies merged earlier and the merging was to ensure that together they develop more stable and prompt software updates. All the resources including the R&D will be the same in both the companies following the merge, the name of the companies has not been united but everything else.
Oliver said that Oppo’s Color OS and OnePlus’s Oxygen OS have been merged to form OxygenOS v11.3 and will be introduced in the OnePlus Nord 2 5G exclusively. The explanation behind merging the codebases is that now the resources will offer a more streamlined experience. Other than the streamlined resources including the R&D there will be no other change in the merged codebases, when approximated with the OxygenOS codebase the data usage and other details will remain the same and smooth.
Oliver furthermore promised that the merging of the codebases will not affect the user’s experience at any cost and it will be exactly like it was before; smooth. Also, users will be able to unlock the bootloader on the OnePlus Nord 2 5G. OnePlus Nord 2 5G will have the merged codebases exclusively after the merging of both the companies and Oliver has wiped out all the speculations regarding the same. He also shared some key details to be featured in the phone including the MediaTek flagship SoC processor.