OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro get new update with January security patch and a huge changelog. This morning OnePlus announces the availability of a brand new software update for its most recent flagships (outside from China) which are the OnePlus 9 as well as the OnePlus 9 Pro launched last year.
The latest software is codenamed C.44 across all markets. It brings the January 2022 security patch which is very welcome considering we’re still in the month of January. This is also the biggest update with the longest changelog that we’ve ever encountered from OnePlus. We’re not going to list everything here, but we can assure you that there’s a plethora of fixes for bugs and enhancements to be had.
OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro get new update with January security patch and a huge changelog
If you’d like to see the whole thing in its entirety ensure you click the Source link in the following. In the announcement post that announced the release, OnePlus says “this new release resolves a few of the pending issues”, that’s not necessarily all of them, however it’s definitely an improvement towards positive direction. The company notes there are some changes in the changelog are only applicable to models within the EU region however, it’s not clear the specifics of the ones that apply to which models.
However, you can expect improved battery life, smoother fingerprint unlocking process, more efficient charging animation, and less scrolling lag in the Notification section and the introduction of three different levels of adjustment for dark mode, as well as a lot of new features and fixes in the Shelf. Its Work Life Balance feature is now available to all users with automatic mode switching as well as personalized notifications profiles for apps.
There are also improvements to the camera and 5G connectivity as well as AOD for the Canvas AOD option, as well as an improved Gallery app. As usual, the on-the-air launch of the update is expected to be gradual, reaching only just a tiny portion of devices at present but a wider launch planned in the coming days, assuming nothing goes wrong.