OnePlus is rolling out software updates to its latest smartphones like crazy these days. Just yesterday it pushed out a new build for the OnePlus 7 Pro 5G, and now it's time for the 4G version of that phone to get yet another update.
We're talking about OxygenOS 9.5.8 for the OnePlus 7 Pro, freshly baked and on its way to a unit near you. That said, this is a staged rollout as usual, so it will only reach a limited number of users today, with a broader OTA rollout planned in a few days, if no show-stopping bugs are found.
The new release brings with it the May 2019 security patches (someone should let OnePlus know that it's mid-June, perhaps), the famous unnamed "general bug fixes and improvements", but also better audio quality during phone calls, optimized touch sensitivity for the screen and better compatibility with third-party USB-C headphones. Finally, an issue which made the pop-up camera open for an incoming video call even if the screen is off or locked has been fixed.
Really? I have the June security patch since June the 2nd on my Pixel. I know it's a Pixel but, for the huge flagship 7 Pro, they should try to release the security patches at least in the same month. Forget the beta channels. Pocophone got the sam...
Have the June patch on my OP5. Benefits of the beta channel updates.