OnePlus has hit the ball out of the park with its latest OnePlus 7 Pro launched last month — thanks to its amazing 90Hz OLED full-screen display. However, it’s not only about the screen, but the OP 7 Pro also comes equipped with industry’s top-of-the-line specifications including the Snapdragon 855 SoC, 48MP triple rear cameras, 12GB RAM and more. Besides, the new OxygenOS, which is based on the latest Android Pie, also makes the OnePlus 7 Pro user experience more premium. OnePlus has been refining the OxygenOS ever since the launch of the OnePlus 7 Pro by addressing noticeable issues quickly with timely updates.
While the company has recently rolled out OxygenOS 9.5.7 update that included the earlier reported Ghost Touch problem, and now, the company has started rolling out a new incremental update for the OnePlus 7 Pro with OxygenOS 9.5.8. Similar to earlier rollouts of the OxyenOS, this would also be a staged rollout for limited devices and the extensive deployment will be in the coming few days, according to OnePlus.
The new OxygenOS 9.5.8 update addresses several issues on the OnePlus 7 Pro that include — optimized touch sensitivity for the screen, fixes compatibility issues for third part type-C headphones, and the new update is also said to be improving the audio quality for the flagship device. OnePlus further fixes the pop-up camera raising issue when receiving an incoming call while the screen is locked or off. Additionally, the new update also brings Android’s May security patch as well and lastly, it also addresses noticeable bug fixes and brings system-wide improvements as well.
If you are a OnePlus 7 Pro device owner, you can expect the new OxygenOS 9.5.8 update rollout sometime soon via OTA (Over-the-air). If you are interested in trying out the latest Android Q beta, the company has recently rolled out the Beta of Google’s latest operating Android Q system. Stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more such interesting updates.