OxygenOS 9.0.10 Comes to OnePlus 6T, Brings Improvements to Face Unlock, Nightscape and More

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OnePlus is very committed in bringing regular software updates to its phones. The company is doing the same with the OnePlus 6T too. OnePlus brings OxygenOS 9.0.10 update to the OnePlus 6T and with the software update, the company updates the 6T with several new features. The new update brings features like improved Face Unlock, Nightscape Performance, and Wi-Fi connectivity to the OnePlus 6T. To recollect, this isn’t the first update that OnePlus is bringing to the 6T. Beginning this month, the OnePlus 6T got its first software update which brought support for wireless headphones to the device, and now, the latest software update also brought other improvements in several departments like the camera.


OxygenOS 9.0.10 for OnePlus 6T: What's New?

OnePlus is pushing out the second OxygenOS update to the OnePlus 6T users and this one too adds several improvements to the camera app of the phone. In addition, the update also brings improvements to the Face Unlock and Wi-Fi connectivity of the phone. OnePlus has revealed that this update, for now, is rolling out to only a small number of OnePlus 6T users. This means if you haven’t got the update so far you might need to wait for some more time.

The OxygenOS 9.0.10 update comes with December security patch. Alongside the face unlock and camera improvement, the OxygenOS 9.0.10 is also bringing December’s Android security patch with improvements and bug fixes. The OxygenOS 9.0.10 update changelog reveals that with this software update, the OnePlus 6T users will be getting several optimisations and added improvements in some of the key areas.

The changelog reveals that the new OxygenOS update brings improvement in the Nightscape feature, which is responsible for clicking low-light pictures with the OnePlus 6T.

OnePlus Top-Premium Smartphone Company in India

OnePlus has become the top premium company in India as it leaves behind Apple and Samsung in the race. The company has gained this position with the record-breaking sales of the OnePlus 6 which was launched beginning this year. OnePlus has recently launched the OnePlus 6T and the phone has done well as far as the sales are concerned. The OnePlus 6T has recently got a new McLaren Edition which comes with10GB RAM and 30W warp charger.

Overall, 2018 has been a great year for OnePlus and the company is working on making 2019 a better one. Next year, unlike in other years, OnePlus will be launching three phones including the OnePlus 5G, OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7T. However, in India, only two phones will come – OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7T. Pete Lau, CEO and Founder of OnePlus, has confirmed that the company will be among the first ones to launch a commercial 5G phone in 2019.

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