OnePlus have just released the first post-factory OS update for it latest smartphone, the OnePlus 10T. The new OS which is still based on Google Android 12, is aimed at bringing optimization to the phones camera performance, and fixes to address certain known bugs.
The new OS is modelled OxygenOS CPH2413_11.A.05. It is targeted to improve shooting effects of the OnePlus 10T, and to address some specific bugs that makes the camera display abnormally in some certain scenarios.
According to OnePlus Community forum, the update is bring rolled out in batches, starting from the Indian market. Here is the full changelog of the new OxygenOS CPH2413_11.A.05 update.
- Improves system stability and fluency.
- Optimizes the startup speed.
- Optimizes network stability.
- Optimizes the shooting effect and improves the user experience.
- Fixes the occasional issue when the camera displays abnormally in specific scenarios.
If you are from the Indian region, you should be automatically notified of this update. Else, Settings > System > System updates, and download and apply the new OS.
Note however, that this update is for the OnePlus 10T released back on August 3rd. The phone is based on the latest Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 from Qualcomm, and came in a 6.7-inches AMOLED screen.
It is powered by a 4800mAh battery, has three camera lenses on the rear, with the primary shooter being a 50-megapixel Sony IMX766 lens, while a single 16-megapixel selfie lens is used on the front. The phone has an under-display fingerprint scanner, and it boot Android 12 with OxygenOS 12.1 out of the box.