After several owners, OnePlus 7 Pro complained that the camera in OnePlus 7 Pro “sucks” (to mention feedback from the user) on the company forum, a OnePlus staff member has written a long post that solves the problem.
According to this OnePlus employee, the camera team worked on problem analysis and fixing them. According to the post, an update that was released immediately after the phone’s launch improved the camera, but apparently, it was not enough.
Now, another update is expected next week and will include improvements to the HDR effect and Nightscape mode. The latter is used on OnePlus phones to take photos that are visible in low light conditions. Think of the Night Sight feature found in Google Pixel phones.
The first is an acronym for high dynamic range and is used to improve and improve a photo taken with the phone’s camera. This is achieved by taking different exposures from a single photo and combining them during processing. The result is an image that shows a wider range of lighting details.
The setup includes a 48-megapixel main camera, an 8-megapixel telephoto camera, and a 16-megapixel ultra-wide camera
Furthermore, the update may contain some fixes based on the comments of the owners of OnePlus 7 Pro. According to the staff member who wrote the post, the tests carried out by the company showed a noticeable improvement. So, if you have a OnePlus 7 Pro and you are not satisfied with the results obtained with the setup of the triple camera on the back, then relax the help is coming.
Speaking of three rear-facing cameras, including a 48MP main camera with an f/1.6 aperture and optical image stabilization (OIS), an 8MP with a telephoto lens that provides 3x optical zoom and a 16MP camera with a large Ultra lens for selfie fans, the 16 MP front camera is displayed from the top of the phone. If the device starts to fall, the phone detects it and automatically retracts the camera.
The OnePlus 7 Pro was launched in the states on May 17th. It has a 6.7-inch curved AMOLED screen without notches and is the company’s first phone carrying a QHD + resolution (1440 x 3120).
The 19.5 aspect ratio gives the screen the modern, slim and tall bezel-less look, and the snapper pop-up selfie means that the phone is almost the entire screen.
With a refresh rate of 90 Hz (60 Hz found on most phones); the screen remains smooth. The version offered by T-Mobile includes 8GB of memory and 256 GB of storage space. Keeping the lights on is a 4000 mAh battery and an Android 9 Pie based version of OxygenOS is pre-installed.
OnePlus 7 Pro is available in the US Exclusively on T-Mobile, with a price of $699.99. Or, you can use the career’s equipment installation plan (EIP) and make 24 monthly payments of $29.17. Color options include Mirror Gray and Nebula Blue.
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