Since the launch of these two devices, the device manufacturer has pushed a handful of updates to improve the camera, upgrade the security and bring new features on the OnePlus 7 and the OnePlus 7 Pro. As we mentioned in our review of the OnePlus 7 that the company has a rather brilliant track record for releasing regular OTA updates and that the cameras on the phone need more optimization. Weighing 125MB, the OS update brings OnePlus 7 to May security patch and includes some "general bug fixes and improvements".
With the new update, users should notice better contrast and colour performance, enhanced accuracy and stability when auto-focusing, tweaks to nightscape mode resulting in crisp, bright and natural-looking pictures. The smartphone received an OxygenOS update last week just a few days after its first sale.
They also noted that a ton of those improvements wasn't limited to the main 48MP shooter exclusively. Alternatively, you can also check it manually in the Settings menu. The images using nightscape effect will now have more clarity and better color. But on the other hand it's had a lot of bugs and issues since its release, which OnePlus has said it will address with software updates. Still, it's hard to beat the OnePlus 7 Pro's bang for the buck, even if it's more expensive than prior OnePlus devices. The color produced by the camera will also be enhanced.
The OnePlus 7 Pro in almond is up for order today in the U.S. and Canada, and though you aren't paying anything extra for this new color, you also don't have the configuration options that you do with other models. The display is also high-resolution measuring 6.4-inches with a waterdrop notch on top.