The OnePlus 7 Pro is getting a sizable update today that includes a bunch of camera improvements along with some system fixes that hopefully address the touch display issues several owners have complained about.
The update will arrive as OxygenOS 9.5.7 and you should be able to check for it by heading into Settings>System>System updates. If available, you’ll see a button to “Download & Install Now.” These updates are staged, though, so you may not see it right away and it could take a few days before you are able to pull it on your phone.
In the camera department, OnePlus says it improved overall contrast and color performance, white balance consistency, accuracy and stability of auto focusing, clarity and color of Nightscape shots, and brightness and clarity of Nightscape in extreme low light. Additionally, in the ultra wide camera, they improved contrast and color saturation as well as clarity and noise reduction in low light situations. Finally, telephoto shots have improved clarity and noise reduction, plus OnePlus fixed a noise issue in some HDR scenes.
As far as system fixes go, OnePlus optimized the double tap to wake feature, fixed issues with Ambient Display, improved audio quality for voice calls from third party apps, and improved touch sensitivity for the screen. That last one could address the ghost touches we talked about earlier in the week.
Again, the update is slowly rolling out, but feel free to check for it.
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