Updates to OxygenOS on the OnePlus 7 Pro continue to enhance what is already a great smartphone, and version 9.5.8 is starting up its rollout today. Here’s everything the latest update fixes.
To be able to try some of the greatest augmented reality experiences available today—like dancing with Childish Gambino or placing a great white shark in your room—you’ll need a device compatible with Google’s ARCore. Google maintains a list of Android and iOS devices that are supported by ARCore, and all of the newest OnePlus devices have been added to this list, including the fantastic OnePlus 7 Pro.
Google decided to do something different with its Android Q previews — it opened participation up to twelve manufacturers. OnePlus is in that list, and today it’s releasing its second Android Q build for the OnePlus 6 and 6T. Unfortunately, a factory reset is required to upgrade.
OnePlus is calling its builds “developer previews” like Google used to. However, that makes determining which Android Q Beta build this second developer preview is based on a bit difficult. Read More
Improvements across the board just a month after release.
The OnePlus 7 Pro took important steps up in camera hardware, with a new main sensor and fresh set of supporting cameras. But the end result of these improvements was a similar story to the OnePlus 6T: photos that were good, not great, and certainly not challenging the top-end flagships — particularly in low light.