OnePlus has started rolling out a new update to its latest flagship smartphone, the OnePlus 7 Pro. The update brings improved camera capabilities along with bug fixes and other improvements.
The update comes with version OxygenOS 9.5.7 and it is around 130MB in size. The official changelog reveals that OnePlus has improved the overall contrast and colour performance of the camera and it has also improved the white balance consistency of triple rear cameras. The update also improves the accuracy and stability of autofocusing and it fixes the issue of noise in some HDR scenes.
It also improves contrast and colour saturation of the ultra-wide angle lens and fixes the issue of greenish tone in some low light scenes. The update further improves the clarity and noise reduction of a telephoto lens and for the low light scene of ultra-wide angle lens. It also adds more clarity and colour in the Nightscape move and improves brightness in extremely low light scenes of the night mode.
Apart from this, the update also optimises double tap to wake feature and it fixes the issue with Ambient Display. The new update also brings improved audio quality for voice calls from the third-party apps and improves touch sensitivity of the screen. As always, the OTA will have a staged rollout and it will reach a limited number of users first. The broader rollout will begin in a few days.
Previously, OnePlus revealed that it will be rolling out new features to its latest flagship smartphone. The company has also revealed that it will fix the ghost touch issue with an incoming update.
Starting with the ghost touch issue, multiple users complained that their units are registering touch input at the top of the screen without any physical input. OnePlus has finally acknowledged this issue and it claims that it will soon roll out an update that will fix this issue. “We have seen much feedback on this issue, thank you for your feedback, we are currently working on this issue and hope to solve it asap, please report and share logs if you are facing this issue,” the company said in the forum post.