OnePlus 10 Pro has just gone official globally, after making its debut in China earlier this year. The 2022’s flagship from OnePlus comes with a 120Hz AMOLED display, Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chip, triple rear cameras, and a 5,000mAh battery. OnePlus has started rolling out the first software update for the OnePlus 10 Pro in India and Europe that brings optimizations to the Camera, system, and network.
OnePlus 10 Pro was launched globally on March 31, and it is yet to reach people’s hands as the first sale is scheduled for next week. So, users are likely to receive an upgrade as soon as they boot up the device for the first time. The software update for the OnePlus 10 Pro is rolling out with firmware versions NE2211_11.A.11 and NE2213_11.A.12 in India and Europe.
According to the changelog published in a post on the OnePlus community forum, the update optimizes multiple areas in the camera department, such as focus speed in Slo-mo videos, portrait image quality, and white balance effect for the front camera. The update also includes optimizations to the fingerprint algorithm that improves the success rate of fingerprint unlocking. The device is also getting game performance optimizations and system stability improvements.
OnePlus has improved the stability of the Wi-Fi connection and has fixed an issue of unstable mobile signal. The update, as always, will be rolled out in an incremental fashion.
OnePlus 10 Pro update changelog:
Camera [Optimized] the speed of focusing for videos shot in SLO-MO mode [Optimized] the quality of taking photos in PORTRAIT mode [Optimized] the white balance effect for the front camera System [Optimized] fingerprint algorithm and improve the success rate of fingerprint unlocking [Optimized] games performance and fluency [Improved] system stability Network [Optimized] timeliness and stability of Wi-Fi connections, enhance Wi-Fi experience [Fixed] the issue of unstable mobile signal in specific scenarios
source – OnePlus