Oxygen OS is up for some big changes once its Android 11 build goes stable, but that doesn’t stop OnePlus from getting out more updates to its current Android 10-based software. As such, the company released the latest Oxygen OS builds for the OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro a little earlier this month (ranging from version 10.5.10 to 10.5.13 depending on model and region), and is following up now with the latest update for the OnePlus 8 5G UW on Verizon.

Despite the varying version numbers, most of these updates have the same enhancements on board. There’s a fix for the overlapping character issue on ambient display and optimizations in the front camera’s effects department. Other than the usual unspecified bug fixes and system stability improvements, this build also updates the OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro to the August security patch level.

OnePlus 8:

  • India: Oxygen OS 10.5.11.IN21DA
  • EU: Oxygen OS 10.5.10.IN21BA
  • North America: Oxygen OS 10.5.12.IN21AA​

OnePlus 8 Pro:

  • India: Oxygen OS 10.5.13.IN11DA
  • EU: Oxygen OS 10.5.12.IN11BA
  • North America: Oxygen OS 10.5.13.IN11AA​

Changelog:

  • System
    • Fixed the overlapping character display issue with Ambient display
    • Fixed known issues and improved system stability
    • Updated Android Security Patch to 2020.08
  • Camera
    • Optimized shooting effect with front camera

Over at Verzion, we’re similarly seeing the OnePlus 8 5G UW pick up its August security update, but we also get a couple tweaks exclusive to this edition, including a new look for Verizon’s UW iconography on the status bar.

As always, the new Oxygen OS version is rolling out in stages, so it might take a while until it hits your phone. It’ll first hit a small batch of users, and if there are no bigger problems or hiccups, it’ll come to everyone over the next few days. You can check your system settings to see if you’re already in.