OnePlus 8 series and OnePlus Nord N200 received the latest OxygenOS and ColorOS based update

Recently, the OnePlus 8 series got the OxygenOS 12.1 update and now the OxygenOS-based software update rolled out for the OnePlus 8T and the OnePlus Nord N200 while the OnePlus 8/8T received ColorOS 12.1 based update.

In this ColorOS 12.1 update, the company optimizes the battery, which means the fast charging issue is fixed now. In some scenarios, it also optimizes system stability, making your phone run more stably. The status bar font and Signal icon has been fixed.

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In the OxygenOS update, the OnePlus 8T got May 2022 patch update while the OnePlus Nord N100 received April 2022 patch update in the US.

  • ColorOS 12.1 OnePlus 8 – C.27
  • ColorOS 12.1 OnePlus 8T – C.28
  • OxygenOS OnePlus 8T –
  • OxygenOS OnePlus Nord N100 –

Key updates – ColorOS 12.1


  • [Optimization] System stability in some scenarios, making your phone run more stably
  • [Optimization] The battery life of mobile phones in some scenarios
  • [Fix] The status bar font is blurry in the app
  • [Fix] There is no “Signal Display” icon in the settings in some scenarios

Note: Before upgrading to the latest version make sure your smartphone is connected with a proper internet connection, we recommend you to download it over WIFI so that you will not face any errors.

OnePlus 8 Summary:

The OnePlus 8 is the spiritual successor of the OnePlus 7 and will go on to eventually replace the OnePlus 7T. Build quality is excellent thanks to the curved-edge front and back glass sandwiching the metal frame. The buttons are easy to reach, and the alert slider is handy as always.

The OnePlus 8 has a 6.55-inch AMOLED panel with sloping sides, a wide color gamut, and a hole-punch cutout in the upper left corner. The 90Hz refresh rate makes usage, in general, feel fluid and snappy. It also has an in-display fingerprint sensor, which is super quick at authentication. All it takes is a quick, firm tap to unlock it.

We reviewed the top-end variant of the OnePlus 8, which has 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage, priced at Rs. 49,999. Gaming performance is top-notch. Fortnite can run at 90fps and the experience is good. Games and movies are especially enjoyable thanks to the very good stereo speakers on the OnePlus 8. OxygenOS is also well equipped with lots of shortcuts and gestures waiting to be discovered. The new launcher now offers a more seamless multitasking experience, there’s 5GB of free cloud storage for backups once you sign in with a OnePlus account, a built-in screen recorder, and dynamic wallpapers.

The OnePlus 8 has the same 48-megapixel Sony IMX586 sensor with optical stabilization as the 7T. In daylight, it captures detailed images with vivid colors and balanced HDR. The wide-angle camera is also useful. The third macro camera doesn’t have good clarity but it can be useful in some instances. The selfie camera was decent under good light but didn’t do well in low light.

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