Since the launch of the OnePlus 8T almost a month ago, OnePlus has kept pushing new updates for the device. And now, a new OxygenOS update is live for the OnePlus 8T.
The update is based on Android 11, which is the operating system that comes pre-installed out of the box. OnePlus ditched a Pro variant for its T-lineup of devices.
Instead, it went with a single OnePlus 8T. The reason was simple and understandable. Which is that there is not much room and new features that the company could fit in a Pro model.
Basically, the company does not have much left to offer for the Pro variant. This is the reason OnePlus took a step back and released only the OnePlus 8T.
Quite frankly, the device is meaty enough and is a worthy flagship from the company for the price. It comes with all the bells and whistles you would expect out of an OnePlus device.
However, the performance of the camera is still a huge talking point. And if they had to take my opinion, there is a lot of scope for improvement in the camera department.
OnePlus 8T update arrives as OxygenOS 220.127.116.11 and brings fixes for call stability, NFC, and more
Talking about the latest update for the OnePlus 8T, it arrives as OxygenOS 18.104.22.168 and is based on Android 11. There are tons of optimization and bug fixes for call stability, camera, NFC, and more.
For the camera, the OnePlus 8T OxygenOS update improves the imaging effect to bring about a better shooting experience. Moreover, the stability of the camera is also improved.
Several users were complaining about not being able to turn ON the NFC. Fortunately, this new OxygenOS update for OnePlus 8T address that along with some other bugs.
Sadly, the security patch level is still stuck in October 2020. This is not something that you expect from OnePlus. Because OnePlus is known for keeping the security patch level of its devices, up to date.
We may be seeing one more update in the coming days for the OnePlus 8T that would bump the security patch level to the latest one available.
Notably, the update is rolling out for the OnePlus 8T users in India. Europe and North America. For the complete changelog, users can head over to the official OnePlus forums page by clicking here.
The update is arriving via OTA and will make its way to all the units gradually. If your OnePlus 8T has not yet picked up the update, then you can head over to Settings>>System>>System Updates and let the device search for the latest update.
If a new update is available, tap Download to begin the download and installation of the OxygenOS update. Once the update is downloaded and installed, your device will reboot.