OnePlus rolled out an update in late May, to disable the color filter camera on the global variants of the OnePlus 8 Pro. The company pushed an update to re-enable the ‘x-ray’ color filter camera two weeks later. In India, however, the flagship phone went on sale with the color filter camera disabled out of the box. OnePlus is now releasing out a new OxygenOS update that is claimed to “fix” the issue with the Photochrom filter.
What other issues have been resolved by the OnePlus 8 Pro Oxygen OS update?
According to the reports submitted by XDA Developers, the new OxygenOS 10.5.10 update for the OnePlus 8 Pro is now released for the users in Europe and brings an adjusted Photochrom filter. Instead of actually fixing the problem, the Photochrom mode has been simply ported to the phone’s wide-angle camera by OnePlus. The dedicated color filter camera is no longer being utilized. While OnePlus 8 Pro users can start again start the Photochrom mode, the fourth camera sensor on the back of the phone redundant has been made in the update.
The update also brings a few optimizations and bug fixes, apart from thonepe Photochrom filter being adjusted. OnePlus also claims to have optimized the power consumption performance of the set, which should result in improved battery life. It has also fixed the HD playback issue with Netflix and Amazon Prime Video. For users in India, the update enables Band 46 CA combo. The June 2020 Android security patch is included as well.
- optimized touch and interaction
- battery life extended
- high-temperature warning to improve user experience
- Fixed the failure to full-charge when the battery was charged to 90% and above in a few circumstances
- Fixed the issue with Netflix and Amazon Prime Video unable to play HD video on some machines
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- Adjusted Photochrom filter (OnePlus 8 Pro only)
- Improved the shooting experience with the camera