OnePlus 7 Pro was launched a few weeks ago and is now receiving a major update that significantly improves the camera performance of the phone. The OxygenOS 9.5.7 update is being passed on to users in batches and should soon end up on your phones.
At the time of the launch, OnePlus had promised to release a camera update that was also provided to DxOMark for their laboratory tests. Subsequently, OnePlus 7 Pro got a score of 111, which is just below Huawei P25 Pro and Samsung Galaxy S10, while working with the Honor 20 Pro. However, as we noted in our review of the OnePlus 7 Pro, the cameras certainly increase their versatility, but they are not groundbreaking.
The new 9.5.7 build brings a variety of improvements to camera performance, including contrast, color, white balance, autofocus, saturation, noise, and Nightscape mode solutions. In addition, the update also optimizes gestures, resolves environmental display issues, improves audio quality, and improves touch sensitivity.
Some users also reported on screen issues such as phantom touchscreen taps and unresponsive areas on the screen. This update also solves those problems. Here is the full change log of the update.
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OxygenOS 9.5.7 update changelog
– Improved overall contrast and color performance
– Improved consistency of the white balance of a triple camera
– Improved accuracy and stability of automatic focus
– Fixed problem with greenish tone in some low-light scenes
– Fixed problem with noise in some HDR scenes
– Improved contrast and color saturation from ultra wide
– Improved brightness and noise reduction with ultra-light ultra-light scene
– Improved clarity and noise reduction of telephoto lenses
– Improved brightness and color of Nightscape
– Improved brightness and brightness in the extreme low-light conditions of Nightscape
– Optimized double tap to wake up
– Problems with Ambient Display solved
– Improved audio quality for voice calls from third-party apps
– Improved touch sensitivity for screen
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