OnePlus’ latest flagship, OnePlus 6T has started receiving the OxygenOS 9.0.10 update that has got several new improvements to the smartphone. The changes that the latest update has got include improvements in the Face Unlock feature of the smartphone, enhancements in Nightscape mode, Wi-Fi stability, along with some bug fixes.
The update also gets the December security patch to OnePlus 6T as is rolling out over-the-air (OTA). You can head to the Settings menu of your smartphone in order to manually check for the latest update. Like most updates by the company, the rollout of the OxygenOS 9.0.10 update is incremental in nature. It will first reach a few users and then be rolled out to everyone.
The company has also released the first beta update for OnePlus 6T (review) users, which brings with itself a number of new features including the support for migrating data from an iPhone, an optimised UI that filters spam calls, OnePlus Switch feature and a new call history page that shows incoming calls from unknown numbers. Another addition is an added ‘toast message’ when parallel apps are not available due to data corruption. This update will also have the December security patch with itself. The size of the update is reported to be 1.63GB, so we recommend you to only download it when your smartphone is connected to Wi-Fi and do backup the data on your device before you begin. Remember to follow all the instructions on the download page when installing the beta update.
In another report, DxOMark has released its results for OnePlus 6T and the camera on the latest flagship has secured better results than OnePlus 6. OnePlus 6T’s overall DxOMark rating is 98, which is two points ahead of its predecessor.
The website states that while OnePlus 6T mobile does not come with improved camera hardware, the company has made software enhancements to make the experience better. However, the website also said, “The only area for both photo and video in which the OnePlus 6T did not improve over the OnePlus 6 – and in fact, shows a regression that affected its overall scores – is for Noise, which seems to have been the price OnePlus decided to pay in the short term for improved detail capture.”