OnePlus 10 Pro gets May Android security patch and bug fixes with new software update
The OnePlus 10 Pro is receiving a new software update, which bumps up the Android security patch level on the smartphone to May 2022. The new firmware also improves the system stability and squashes a few bugs, including the one that caused HDR photos to overexpose in certain scenarios.
Here’s the full changelog of the update:
- Improved system stability.
- Fixed an issue where music playback would stutter when your phone was connected to a Bluetooth car kit.
- Fixed a noise issue that might occur when you record audio.
- Updated Android security patch to 2022.05
- Fixed an issue where the HDR photos might be overexposed in some cases.
- Optimized the phone call stability.
The new build comes with version NE2211_11.A.15 and is currently only seeding in India to a limited number of users, with the broader rollout expected to begin in a few days.
The OnePlus 10 Pro was launched globally in March. It’s powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC and sports a 6.7″ 120Hz 1440p LTPO AMOLED display having a fingerprint reader underneath for biometric authentication and a punch hole in the top-left corner for the 32MP selfie camera.
The 48MP primary camera on the rear is joined by a 50MP ultrawide and 8MP telephoto units, and keeping the entire package running is a 5,000 mAh battery that draws power through a USB-C port at up to 80W. However, in North America, the smartphone only goes up to 65W.
You can read our OnePlus 10 Pro review here to learn more about it or watch the video review attached below.