OnePlus has introduced the OxygenOS 9.0.4 update to the OnePlus 6T, as reported by XDA Developers. While the update comes with improvements to its newest features, Screen Unlock and Nightscape mode, it also introduces the November Android security patch and the update also brings bug fixes and other modifications.
OnePlus 6T will go on sale in India from November 1 via Amazon, OnePlus India store and OnePlus Experience retail stores. The first update brings a fix for the early problems/errors that have been spotted.
The new improvements will help boost the reliability of Screen Unlock and Nightscape mode. There is another camera fix bundled with OxygenOS 9.0.4, as the phone will enhance the Studio Lighting feature, that aims to recognise face countours better.
Besides, one can also spot battery performance improvements, aimed at optimising power consumption in standby mode, while OnePlus has added new navigation gestures onto its latest flagship. The OxygenOS 9.0.4 update comes with a file size of 138MB.
XDA Developers also claims that the November Android security patch, that is part of OxygenOS 9.0.4, has also been extended to OnePlus 6. They claim that the latter received the update through Open Beta 6 based on Android Pie, that also adds Nightscape mode to the phone.
Besides this, OnePlus 6 will get gestures based on Google search, as well as gallery experience improvements and an improved ‘About Phone’ screen with the Open Beta 6 upgrade. The update can be downloaded onto the phone from the Oxygen Updater app, as this is an over-the-air (OTA) upgrade.
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