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T-Mobile Launches Important Camera Update to OnePlus 7 Pro

OnePlus released a new update for its latest flagship product, the OnePlus 7 Pro, last week, but the units demarcated by the carrier did not initially receive it. The update brings many improvements to the camera, as well as system-wide improvements and enhancements for various phone functions.

If you have purchased the T-Mobile OnePlus 7 Pro, you will be delighted to learn that several owners (via AndroidSoul) report that they have been able to download and install the update on their phone. Although it is a staged rollout, the OTA update should be available to everyone in the coming days. So be sure to check if your phone contains a notification message.

Regarding the changes, OnePlus has already listed the complete change log of the update. Here are all the improvements and optimizations you'll get with OxygenOS 9.5.7:


  • Overall improvement in contrast and color performance
  • Improved white balance consistency of the triple camera.
  • Improved accuracy and stability of autofocus;
  • Fixed the problem of greenish tone in some low light scenes;
  • Fixed noise problem in some HDR scenes;
  • Enhanced contrast and ultra-wide color saturation
  • Improved clarity and noise reduction in ultra-wide low light scenes;
  • Improved telephoto clarity and noise reduction;
  • Improved clarity and color of Nightscape;
  • Improved brightness and clarity in low light scenes of Nightscape.


  • Double tap optimized to wake up;
  • Issues resolved with Ambient Display;
  • Improved audio quality for voice calls from third-party applications;
  • Improved touch sensitivity for the screen.

Expect more updates from OnePlus, as the Chinese company is renowned for its weekly updates (if necessary) that make significant changes to their phones. In addition, keep the comments coming because OnePlus is, apparently, one of the companies that value your voice.

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