The OnePlus 10 Pro is getting its very first OTA update



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After an exclusive launch in China in January, the OnePlus 10 Pro is finally a reality in the rest of the world. We already have one, and it's worth reading our very saucy review before you buy it. The software, in particular, is divisive, but users who buy it can expect the same support schedule as previous OnePlus smartphones: three years of major platform updates and four years of security updates. For starters, the company is rolling out its first patch, even though most phone owners don't have the device yet.

As the company announced on its forums, this first OnePlus 10 Pro update has started rolling out to devices in India, and will soon be followed by European phones. It has the version number NE2211_11.A.11 in India and NE2213_11.A.12 in Europe. As expected for a first patch, there's not much to see here: this firmware doesn't come with a new security patch level or any other significant improvements. It's more of a "day one" patch, containing just a handful of optimizations, bug fixes, and stability improvements. You can read the full changelog here:


  • [Optimized] the speed of focusing for videos shot in SLO-MO mode
  • [Optimized] the quality of taking photos in PORTRAIT mode
  • [Optimized] the white balance effect for the front camera

  • [Optimized] fingerprint algorithm and improve the success rate of fingerprint unlocking [Optimized] games performance and fluency
  • [Improved] system stability
  • [Optimized] timeliness and stability of Wi-Fi connections, enhance Wi-Fi experience
  • [Fixed] the issue of unstable mobile signal in specific scenarios
The update should already arrive on Indian devices, so whenever your phone arrives, you should see an update available once it's ready to go. However, as always, the company points out that this is an incremental update that will gradually be available to everyone in waves to ensure stability. Presumably, this also applies to European phones, which should see the update "soon", perhaps in time for users to start getting their phones.


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