OnePlus 10T Now Receiving Latest OxygenOS Update: Full Changelog

This is the second software update for the smartphone within a month of launch.

OnePlus 10T 5G

OnePlus, earlier this month, launched the OnePlus 10T smartphone in India and other global markets. The company rolled out the first software update for the smartphone within a couple of weeks of the launch. Now, OnePlus has started rolling out yet another update for the OnePlus 10T. The latest update for the OnePlus 10T is rolling out with firmware version CPH2413_11.A.06 in India. Whereas, the European users are receiving update with software version CPH2415_11.A.06.

OnePlus took it to the OnePlus Community to make a formal announcement for the OnePlus 10T A.06 update rollout. The latest update for the OnePlus 10T brings several optimizations and improvements along with it. Let us take a look at what the new update has in the store for OnePlus 10T users.

OnePlus 10T A.06 Update: Full Changelogs

The latest update for the OnePlus 10T brings with it several system and camera optimizations. OnePlus says that it has optimized the shooting effect of the portrait mode. The brand has also improved the shooting effect of the ultra-wide angle lens. Apart from it, the update also brings with it an optimized fingerprint recognition algorithm and as a result, it improves the fingerprint unlocking experience.

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Take a look at complete changelogs below,

System
  • Improves system stability and fluidity.
  • Optimizes the stability of applications in the background.
  • Optimizes the screen display.
  • Optimizes the OTG compatibility
  • Optimizes the fingerprint recognition algorithm and improves the fingerprint unlocking experience.
Camera
  • Optimizes the shooting effect of portrait mode.
  • Optimizes the shooting effect of the ultra-wide lens.
  • Optimizes the effect of AI Retouch when using the front camera.
Others
  • Fixes the occasional issue when Supervooc charging is not correctly detected.

OnePlus, as usual, has confirmed that the roll-out is incremental and so, the update is available only for limited users as of now. We can expect the brand to roll out the update widely in the coming days.

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