The OnePlus 8T launched about a month ago and has received some minor updates so far. With OxygenOS 188.8.131.52, however, a whole slew of problem solutions comes to your OnePlus device.
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OxygenOS 184.108.40.206 comes with eleven bug fixes
OnePlus reports that no fewer than eleven different bug fixes are being introduced with OxygenOS 220.127.116.11. Unfortunately, the update does not immediately provide more up-to-date security. The most recent security update remains that of October 2020.
The Chinese smartphone manufacturer reports in a forum post that the update is mainly aimed at resolving NFC-related problems. With NFC you can, for example, pay securely and quickly contactless with your phone. The update solves the problem that prevents the function from always turning on quickly.
In addition, the update provides improved stability during telephone calls and a lower energy consumption of the system. The update also prevents as much as possible the hypersensitivity of the screen, which causes touch errors.
The smooth movements in games, the recording experience in the camera app, camera stability and the quality of mobile network connections have already been completely refurbished and slightly improved.
OnePlus 8T: a bit boring and yet much better
The OnePlus 8T is the successor to the OnePlus 8. The new device has been improved on exactly the right points, has a more favorable suggested retail price and is therefore a better deal than its predecessor in all respects. The OnePlus 8T is not a significant upgrade compared to the OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro, but it is a nice improvement. The charging speed is particularly convincing: the battery is completely full within a little over half an hour.
We explain all areas for improvement in an extensive review. Read the OnePlus 8T review and judge for yourself.
The update is rolling out slowly, starting with India. Europe will follow later.