OnePlus 8 Pro was announced earlier this month together with the base model, OnePlus 8. To present its new top of the range, the Shenzhen-based company opted for a launch event exclusively online: a mandatory choice due to the lockdown imposed by various governments to try to curb the coronavirus infection.
OnePlus 8 Pro was only put on sale in some countries and some users were able to purchase this new device. The (few) owners of the new product from CEO Pete Lau's company will be happy to hear it coming a software update just for OnePlus 8 Pro. This update is the second since the top of the range was launched, ed – should make some changes to the performance of the camera, the display and the battery.
It is OxygenOS 10.5.5, which brings with it a correction for touch sensitivity around the edges of the screen and an interaction experience simplified in Bedtime mode in the battery settings. The update also introduces other changes, such as optimized visualization effects and some stability improvements of the system. But not all, because a OnePlus 8 Pro user revealed on Twitter that the new software update partially solves the problem of green tone display (“Green Tint”, editor's note) on the new top of the range: a criticism that we of OutofBit had also spoken about a few days ago.
As for the photo sector, the OxygenOS 10.5.5 update should improve white balance and focus in low light conditions. The other improvement mentions greater fluidity and stability for the camera, while not going into too much detail. Finally, the new OxygenOS update also brings improvements to the stability of mobile data transmission and Wi-Fi for the international variant to meet users who had reported Wi-Fi problems on their OnePlus 8 devices.