OnePlus 7 Pro Getting First Patch To Address Image Quality, White Balance, Double Tap, And More Issues


OnePlus 7 Pro gets new update to address critical issues

Written By Rahul R | Mumbai | Updated On:

If you are a OnePlus 7 Pro user, then there is good news in the form of a new patch that fixes existing issues – issues, in case you have experienced these. These updates are the incremental updates of the OxygenOS 9.5.4 and OxygenOS 9.5.5 representing global rollouts as well.  

As per the official OnePlus forums, the latest OxygenOS 9.5.4 and OxygenOS 9.5.5 applicable to OnePlus 7 Pro should fix the issues described below while introducing improvements as well: 


  • Optimization of Double Tap to Wake and Ambient Display 
  • Fixes to issue causing an audio delay with the Bluetooth headset when playing games 
  • Conventional bug fixes and improvements 

Specific Improvements 

  • Enhancements to image quality in HDR 
  • Improvements to images captured in low-light conditions 
  • White balance issue addressed 
  • Focus issue in several scenarios addressed. 

At this point in time, OnePlus 7 Pro users should remember that the latest rollout is a phased one which means that it should be a while till all the OnePlus 7 Pro devices are covered (by the new updates) globally.  

To check manually for newer updates, you could navigate to Settings > About Phone > Updates > Search for new updates

You could also resort to testing out the new updates, and if you think that there is anything to report or if the update is erroneous, do let OnePlus know here

Finally, being a recent release, the price of the OnePlus 7 Pro smartphone starts from Rs 49000 (for the base variant). There is also an 8GB variant of the OnePlus 7 Pro.  

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