A few days ago, we inform you that a OnePlus staff member has put up a post in the company community forum to alert OnePlus 7 Pro users of an upcoming update to the rear camera system. With a little complaining about the quality of the images produced by phone users, the update was designed to improve the photographs taken with the triple camera in OnePlus 7 Pro.
The update also improves the HDR and Nightscape. The latter is used to produce a visible image without sufficient lighting, similar to the night vision function of Google Pixel phones. The above combines several captured exposures with a single shutter pressure. This produces photos with a greater range of contrast and color.
According to OnePlus, this update is now spreading to some variants of the OnePlus 7 Pro. Versions 9.5.4 and 9.5.5 OxygenOS are spreading to users of international and EU models, respectively. As the company points out, while both updates are exactly the same, Google now requests the EU region to receive its own version.
As promised, the update offers improvements to image quality in “HDR scenarios” and in low light conditions. Problems related to white balance and fixed focus have also been resolved.
The update, which weighs 182 MB, also optimizes the functions of double-touch waking up and environmental screen. The first is self-explanatory.
The latter uses AI to automatically set the brightness level of the screen that users have shown a preference. Another problem has been solved causing a delay in the audio when using Bluetooth as a mobile game is played. And of course, the update contains the usual bug fixes and several improvements.
If you have OnePlus 7 Pro, keep this update in mind. In the US, the device is exclusive to T-Mobile, although, as reported, it is certified for use on Verizon. The phone carries three cameras on the back (48MP + 8MP primary telephoto lens with 2.2x optical zoom + a wide Ultra-16MP). It also has a 16MP popup snapper.
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