OnePlus Nord N300 gets stable Android 13 update

OnePlus has started rolling out the new Android 13 centric OxygenOS 13 update for Nord N300. The update is seeding to the affordable mid-ranger with several new features and changes. Read along to know more details about the OnePlus Nord N300 Android 13 update.

The Nord N300 is a new mid-ranger that came with Android 12 out-of-the-box, so, this is the first-ever major software upgrade for the smartphone. OnePlus is pushing the new software to its affordable device with CPH2389_11_C.13. At the time of writing, the company has not officially shared details of the update but there are some users who have received the new software.

According to Twitter user Scott Derek, the update weighs around 4.29GB in size. Yes, it requires a big chunk of data for downloading, so make sure you have enough storage on your device. The update will bump the monthly security patch version to March 2023 alongside a batch of new features.

OnePlus Nord N300 Android 13 update

Talking about the features, then the company didn’t mention all changes in the changelog, but the OxygenOS 13 bags features like Aquamorphic design elements, a new world clock widget, the ability to create large folders on home screen, new media playback controls, new markup tools for screenshot editing, sidebar toolbox for managing floating window apps, a number of optimizations for Always-On display, HyperBoost GPA 4.0 for faster gaming, and more.

Here’s the official changelog coming with OnePlus Nord N300 OxygenOS 13 update.

  • Upgraded to Android 13 OS
  • Android security patch updated to 2023-03-05
  • General bugs fix

If you own OnePlus Nord N300 smartphone and want to update it to Android 13 OS, then you can do it easily by navigating to Settings > Software Update > Check for the New Updates > Download and Install.

If you are in a hurry, then you can upgrade your phone manually using the OnePlus updater app, then sideload it using the local upgrade method. Before upgrading make sure to take a backup of important data. Also, make sure to charge your smartphone to at least 30%.

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