OnePlus 9 & 9 Pro gets another bump with OxygenOS


It seems that OnePlus is ceaselessly ministering its current premium flagship, the OnePlus 9 series. The Chinese giant is frequent in sending updates to the series. In fact, so far, the company has released over ten bumps in its skin level. And yet again, the OnePlus 9 and OnePlus 9 Pro are grabbing another update with OxygenOS

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Like the previous build released for the duo, this as well is rolling out in IndiaEurope, and North America. Talking about the OnePlus 9, the device is grabbing version in India, while EU and NA receive and respectively.

Moving to the Pro version, the new build bears for Indian models whereas for the EU and NA variants arrives on and​ respectively.

The package addresses some known issues and brings fixes for them, ultimately improving the system’s stability. Also, after flashing the update, the power consumption of your device will be reduced in certain scenarios. Moreover, the build enhances and adds new features to the camera app. Here’s the precise changelog for smartphones.


  • System
    • Reduced power consumption in specific scenarios
    • Fixed known issues and improved stability
  • Camera
    • Newly added HDR toggle to support manual settings(Path: Menu options in the upper right corner of the screen-Dynamic video) (9 Pro-specific)
    • Improved the shooting and recording experience
As always, the build for the OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro will initially roll out to a limited number of users. A border rollout will follow after ensuring that there are no critical bugs.
If you own any of the duos, a notification will spring up on the device. Alternatively, you can track the update manually by heading to Settings > Software updates > Check for the updates > Download and install.
Related: OnePlus starts rolling out the OxygenOS for the OnePlus 9R
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