OnePlus Nord 2T gets its OxygenOS 13-based on Android 13 update, but not everywhere

OnePlus is on track for early 2023, with multiple smartphones getting both small and big the meantime The OnePlus Nord 2T receives its first major Android update since its launch in May 2022.

The Chinese company has announced that it has started rolling out OxygenOS 13 OnePlus Nord 2T. Sadly, the update is only available for download in India for the time being, but it’s safe to say other regions will follow soon.

Along with the update notification, OnePlus also revealed an entire changelog which is quite extensive. Apart from the December 2022 security patch, the OxygenOS 13-based Android 13 update includes a number of new features and improvements.

Aquamorphic design

  • Add a theme color with an aquamorphic design for better visual comfort.
  • Apply the aquamorphic design philosophy to your animations to make them natural and vibrant.
  • Adds a shadow reflection clock, where shadows simulate the orientation of the sun and moon.
  • Add a world clock widget on your home screen to show the time in different time zones.
  • Upgrade to Quantum Animation Engine 4.0 with new motion recognition capabilities that recognize complex gestures and provide optimized interactions.


  • Add large folders to your home screen. You can now open an app in an expanded folder with a single tap, and turn pages in the folder with a swipe.
  • Adds media playback controls and optimizes quick settings experience.
  • Add markup tools for screenshot editing.
  • Adds support for adding widgets to the home screen to make information display more personalized.
  • Add a sidebar toolbox. For smoother operation, you can open floating windows within the app.

Performance optimization

  • Add a Dynamic Computing Engine to improve system speed, stability, battery life, and app experience.

game experience

  • Upgrade to HyperBoost GPA 4.0 to stabilize frame rates and balance performance and power consumption in key scenarios.


  • Improve the stability of your mobile network connection.

These are just some of the most significant changes included in the update. Check out the rest of the full patch notes. There is also a “Rollback” guide at the bottom of the forum post in case you want to revert to Android 12 for any reason.

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