OnePlus 7 Pro is actually one of the world’s most popular smartphones. Sales of the smartphone were smashing records in China and India. In China, demand was so high that OnePlus had to redirect shipment that was meant to serve the Chinese market for other regions. The OP7 Pro has earned knocks from some fans, amid the razzmatazz, who complain about its low camera quality. As a result, OnePlus promised an update to fix things up and that has started rolling out.
Android Authority reportedly spotted the update with version number Oxygen OS 9.5.4.GM21AA on their review unit. The size is just 182 MB and the change log shows that it delivers improved photo quality in HDR and low-light scenarios, in terms of the improvements it brings. Please search the changelog below. Here’s a list of enhancements the update brings;
- Optimized Double Tap To Wake and Ambient Display.
- Optimized audio delay with the Bluetooth headset when playing games.
- General bug fixes and improvements
- Improved image quality in HDR scenarios
- Improved image quality in low light
- Fixed white balance issue in several scenarios
- Fixed focus issue in several scenarios
The update to OnePlus 7 Pro comes on the heels of another controversy surrounding the feature of a 3X zoom camera. This relates to a recent discovery that a 13MP 2.2x telephoto zoom camera appears to be used by the phone and then the image is cropped to provide an 8MP 3x “lossless” zoom. OnePlus has yet to answer this demand.