OnePlus 8T: OxygenOS update improves fingerprint scanner and night photos

The latest OxygenOS update is now available on the OnePlus 8T. In particular, it improves the speed of the fingerprint scanner as well as the quality of night photos, in addition to correcting some bugs. However, we regret the installation of the November security patch instead of the December one.

OnePlus 8T

OxygenOS update is coming to OnePlus8T. On the program:Improved fingerprint scanner, a better rendering of night photos and the fixed some bugs. While the OnePlus 7 and 7T will have to wait until 2021 for the Android 11 update, the 8T are among the only smartphones of the brand to benefit from the features of the latest version of the operating system. This new OxygenOS update thus makes the changes requested by users.

The major novelty of this update is therefore the improvement of the fingerprint scanner, which now works in a faster and more precise. While the quality of the photos has already been improved on the OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro, it’s the 8T’s turn to get a optimization of its renderings in low light environments. Finally, we also note better reactions from the touch screen, greater stability of the Wi-Fi connection and the possibility of configure keyboard size in the settings.

OxygenOS version is now available on the OnePlus 8T

Indian users benefit from an application OnePlus Store, already appeared on the last update of the OnePlus Nord N10 5G. This allows, among other things, to visit the brand’s store as well as to consult the help and support options offered. Without being pessimistic, it is possible that this application is useful since OnePlus has decided to install the november 2020 security patch, while the December patch is already available.

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To be able to take advantage of these improvements, simply install the update from your smartphone settings. However, make sure that it is sufficiently loaded before downloading it, around 50% minimum. Then go to Settings, click on Software update then on Check for an update. If you have access to the latter, all you have to do is select Start the update and follow the on-screen instructions.

Source: OnePlus