OnePlus has started rolling out OxygenOS 9.5.4 and 9.5.5 for the recently released OnePlus 7 Pro.
The software update is bringing a lot of improvements, specifically for the camera.
OnePlus 7 Pro Update
In a blog post, OnePlus announced the launch of the new OxygenOS version. It doesn't weigh much, making it seem like it's coming with only minor changes. However, it packs a lot of welcome enhancements.
To be exact, the update is centered on the OnePlus 7 Pro's HDR capabilities and Nightscape, which is the phone's low-light mode. As the company outlines, it's bringing "improved image quality in HDR scenarios and in low light."
It's also fixing a couple of issues, such as the problems with white balance and focus that occur in certain cases.
Meanwhile, the new OxygenOS is also coming with system enhancements. Aside from the usual general bug fixes and improvements, it's also optimizing the Double Tap to Wake and Ambient Display features and fixing an audio delay with Bluetooth headphones that turn up when playing games.
The rollout of the update is incremental, so it might not be available to some users just yet. As always, it's best to manually check for it.
It's also worth mentioning that OxygenOS 9.5.4 and 9.5.5 are more or less the same builds, but as the manufacturer explains, recent regulations in the European Union and Google's instructions required them to release two builds, one of which is for the EU region.
Even before this update started making its way to users, the OnePlus 7 Pro scored a 111 on DxOMark, falling slightly behind the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G and Huawei P30 Pro, both of which achieved a 112 rating and tied in first place. Though the camera-testing outfit does mention that the phone it used had firmware that wasn't available to consumers at the time.
To recap, the OnePlus 7 Pro has a triple rear camera setup: a wide 48-megapixel lens, an ultrawide 16-megapixel lens, and an 8-megapixel telephoto lens. On the front, it has a wide 16-megapixel camera that pops up.