OnePlus 7T OxygenOS update (10.0.3) rolls out with camera enhancements
OnePlus 7T is one of the hottest smartphones on the market right now. It was unveiled last month and it comes with the most powerful smartphone processor Qualcomm has in store today – the Snapdragon 855+.
As you’d expect from a OnePlus smartphone, the memory pairing is upscale. It houses 8GB RAM and up to 256GB internal storage of the UFS 3.0 order. This should promise great read/write speeds and an even smoother overall experience when using the phone.
When this crazy hardware combo is paired with the lightweight OxygenOS 10 that runs on top of Android 10, the OnePlus 7T suddenly becomes a top contender in the late-2019 smartphone race.
Throw in the all-new rounded camera module housing what seems like a really good tri-lens camera, a 3800mAh battery that can be charged superfast using Warp Charge 30T, and of course, the 6.55-inch Fluid AMOLED screen with a 90Hz refresh rate and you have the best phone that $600 can buy today.
As if that is not enough, OnePlus is already jumping in with back to back software updates for the OnePlus 7T with even more camera improvements, early bug fixes, and performance improvements.
The first OnePlus 7T software update that went out last week brought improvements to the camera effect, display screen effect, screen sliding effect, sound effect when calling, and fixes to known issues.
Today, there is a new OnePlus 7T software update arriving as OxygenOS 10.0.3, up from version 10.0.1 and like the first update, it tags along camera improvements and general bug fixes and performance enhancements.
– General bug fixes and improvements
– Improved photo quality
– Enhanced stability of Camera
– User experience improvements
A screengrab of the OTA shows a huge update weighing in at 2258MB. I’m not sure why OnePlus would push such an EMUI-style update to such a lightweight OxygenOS skin only carrying a few camera improvements and bug fixes. But yea, that’s the size right there!
The incoming OnePlus 7T OxygenOS 10.0.3 update has been spotted on model HD1901. It is arriving over the air, meaning not everyone will receive the OTA download notification at the same time.
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