The OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro have been on the market for over a year and a half. But as always expected from the Chinese manufacturer, updates arrive on time and on time, and security is guaranteed.
As a proof of this, a new version of OxygenOS has now arrived on both devices. This is a stable update, and arrives under the number OxygenOS 10.0.10 in Europe. In addition to receiving the latest security patches, the equipment also sees the usability experience to be optimized.
OxygenOS 10.0.10 on OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro: what’s new
- Optimized the user experience in the status bar on calls to reduce accidental touches
- Google Mobile Services package updated for August 2020
- Android security patch updated for November 2020
- Fixed small probability of flashback on the Phone app
You should note that this update comes in a phased way to users. By this time, the first will have already received an update. If this is not your case, very soon you should expect news on your device.
It should be noted that the OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro arrived on the market with Android 9, having subsequently been upgraded to Android 10. According to the brand, the latest Android 11 will reach both devices as early as next December. It is worth noting that OnePlus promises three major upgrades for its tops, so it is not surprising that the brand continues to provide these new features. However, the most dedicated users, insistently ask for Android 11 stable in the equipment.
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