OnePlus 7 Pro’s New Update Addresses Customer Complaints

OnePlus 7 Pro’s New Update Addresses Customer Complaints

The OnePlus 7 Pro is touted by its maker as the first of its kind, having an OLED display that can handle screen processes faster and smoother. Both phones are also HDR10+ qualified. Some of which numerous older OnePlus phone owners are trying/finding a way to use on their current phone.

In one instance, the reported ghost touches were seen initially on a number of applications then on all apps that have been installed on the OnePlus 7 Pro. Today, the company has promised the Andriod Q update for the OnePlus 5 and OnePlus 5T smartphones. All these features are present on the recently launched OnePlus 7 Series. The Galaxy line also comes with microSD card slot and a headphone jack features OnePlus doesn't have.

The Galaxy S10 has a punch hole, and the Plus version has two for its selfie cameras. However, days after the launch numerous OnePlus 7 Pro users complained about the camera quality and ghost touch issues. Hopefully, camera experience would be better on the OnePlus 7 Pro after this update. Camera fixes in OxygenOS 9.5.4 worldwide (9.5.5 EU) bring improved image quality in HDR shooting, enhanced low light image quality, fixed white balance issues, and fixed focus issues in several scenarios.

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The OnePlus 7 Pro is the company's first smartphone to feature a triple camera setup. The 7 Pro has a bottom firing primary speaker with the earpiece acting as the second channel. It boosts the performance when playing multiplayer games online, as it will make sure to keep your device at its peak performance. Since a similar kind of issue of OnePlus 3T was fixed with an update so it is expected that the company might soon roll out a software update for OnePlus 7 Pro as well. Hence, it will take a few days for the update to hit your OnePlus device.

It's quite amusing that the promotional photos for the OnePlus 7 Pro have "Never Settle" written across the screen, yet they expect you to settle for their marketing nonsense. Katie covers economy and community events for News Lair.