OnePlus 9 and OnePlus 9 Pro are now receiving their first software update

OnePlus 9 and OnePlus 9 Pro is going to get the latest OxygenOS 11.2.6.6 update to improve system, camera and network. The new update is rolling out in India only and will reach to Europe and North America soon. As usual, OnePlus will release it’s new update in a Phased manner. OnePlus 9 and OnePlus 9 Pro both units were launched in March this year. Both smartphones has Same specifications of 12Gb RAM and Snapdragon 888Sc.

OnePlus shared a post on its community forum and announced that OnePlus 9 and OnePlus 9 Pro will get the latest update OxygenOS 11.2.6.6. In this update the phone will improve the charging experience, optimized power consumption, fixes for known issues and improves stability as well as network performance.

In camera improvements, the phone has optimized noise reduction, improved the effect of rear camera, improved focusing experience along with brightness in indoor scenes and sharpening accuracy of auto white balance in rear camera. OnePlus 9 and OnePlus 9 Pro will get the latest update version 11.2.6.6 LE15DA and 11.2.6.6 LE25DA in India. In this update no information is shared regarding the size of the new firmware update or the bundled Android security patch.

The smartphones can be updated through strong WIFI connection with full charge. The users can install the latest update manually by go to Settings > System > System updates > Download and Install. At the start of this month, OnePlus has updated both these smartphones with the OxygenOS 11.2.5.5 which improved the camera, Network and Systems. The update was bundled with 2021 Android security patch.

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