OnePlus 10 Pro gets a May Android security patch and bug fixes

OnePlus 10 Pro gets a May Android security patch and bug fixes in the new software update


The OnePlus 10 Pro is receiving an update to its software, which increases its Android patches for the phone’s security until May 20, 2022. The latest firmware also improves the device’s stability and eliminates bugs, such as the one that led to HDR images being overexposed in certain circumstances.

Here’s the full changelog for the update:


  • The stability of the system has been improved.
  • Corrected a bug that caused music playback to slow down when your smartphone was connected to‚Äčthe Bluetooth auto kit.
  • A noise issue was fixed that could be experienced when recording audio.
  • New update for Android Security Patch to 2022.05


  • Correction of an issue that caused HDR photos could be underexposed in certain instances.


  • The phone call stability was improved.

The latest build is the version NE2211_11.A.15 which is beginning to seed the software in India to a select number of users, with the larger rollout scheduled to begin within a couple of days.

The OnePlus 10 Pro was launched worldwide in March. Snapdragon 8Gen 1 processor powers the device. It sports a 6.7″ 120Hz, 1440p LTPO display with an under-display fingerprint reader to authenticate biometrics and a punch hole on the upper left corner to accommodate its 32MP selfie camera.

The primary camera of 48MP located on the rear is joined to a superwide of 50MP and 8MP telephoto cameras. To keep the whole thing operating is a 5,000mAh battery, which draws power via the USB-C port as high as 80W. In North America, the smartphone can only run up to 65W.


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