OnePlus 7 Pro now receiving OxygenOS 9.5.7 update.

OnePlus 7 Pro(₹ 48999 at amazon) is the company’s latest flagship handset that comes equipped with a triple camera setup. The smartphone maker claimed that the device’s camera is capable of clicking considerably better images than its predecessor, thanks to the 48MP main sensor. However, its early users had a different opinion. Many OnePlus 7 Pro users were complaining of poor imaging performance of the device on a dedicated forum post and OnePlus had promised that it will fix most of the camera issues with future updates. The OxygenOS 9.5.7 patch is now rolling out for the handset that brings many camera improvements, alongside some system updates and bug fixes.

OnePlus usually clubs camera improvements together to simply state ‘Camera Optimisations’. However, it has decided to detail exactly what optimisations are being done to the OnePlus 7 Pro’s camera with the latest update. As per the changelog, the overall contrast and colour performance should improve, along with white balance consistency. Users might also notice some improvements in the accuracy and stability of the autofocus feature. A Greenish tone being noticed in some low light scenes and noise in HDR scenes has been fixed as well. Contrast and colour saturation of ultra wide camera and its low-light imaging capability should also be optimised now. There’s also clarity and noise reduction for telephoto images, along with some improvements to Nightscape mode like its clarity, colour, and optimisation to brightness when taking photos in extreme low light scenes.

The new OxygenOS 9.5.7 update also makes some system level optimisations to the OnePlus 7 Pro. The Double Tap to Wake feature has been optimised, along with the device’s screen touch sensitivity. Some issues with the Ambient Display are also fixed, along with audio quality for when voice calls are made via third-party apps. The new patch is being rolled out in a phased manner, which means only some OnePlus 7 Pro users would receive it today. One can navigate to their phone’s System settings and check for a System Update manually. 


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