Published: Sun, June 09, 2019
IT | By Lester Massey

OnePlus 7 Pro camera improvements arriving with OxygenOS 9.5.7

OnePlus 7 Pro camera improvements arriving with OxygenOS 9.5.7

The new 9.5.7 build brings several improvements to the camera performance including fixes to contrast, colours, white balance, autofocus, saturation, noise and Nightscape mode. The update is emphasised on optimising the double tap to wake feature (to alert users) and issues with the "Ambient Display". An in-display fingerprint sensor is included in the package and the display is protected through Gorilla Glass 6. However, the Chinese smartphone maker previously confirmed it is working on software update and that can now be seen in the form of OxygenOS 9.5.7 that has just started rolling out.

At the time of launch, OnePlus had promised to release a camera update that was also provided to DxOMark for their lab tests. The update also improves the accuracy and stability of autofocusing and it fixes the issue of noise in some HDR scenes. Amazon is also offering customers a chance to grab the OnePlus 7 Pro Almond device at no cost EMI. It also adds more clarity and colour in the Nightscape move and improves brightness in extremely low light scenes of the night mode.


Under the hood, the device is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 octa-core 7nm processor. It prices at Rs 48,999 for the 128GB variant, and goes up to Rs 57,999 for the 256GB variant. OnePlus has also partnered with Reliance Jio to offer subscribers with benefits worth Rs 9,300. Meanwhile, OnePlus 7 Pro users can manually check for the update as well by going into "Settings" and then "System Update".

This phone is armed with triple rear cameras comprising of 48MP with Dual LED Flash, 7P lens, f/1.6 aperture, 1/2.25inch Sony IMX586 sensor with features of OIS, EIS, secondary 8MP Telephoto lens with f/2.4 aperture with features of OIS, 3x zoom and third camera of 16MP with f/2.2 aperture and 117 degree field of view. The handset features a motorized pop-up 16MP camera that emerges always that the selfie camera is requested.

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