According to official news, the ColorOS 11.2 A.06 version system update was pushed out for OnePlus 9 series phones today , with many optimizations and adjustments. This update optimizes the visual experience of unlocking the screen display, optimizes the camera’s HDR effect and white balance performance, and fixes the input method bug.
This version of the system is updated for OnePlus 9 and OnePlus 9 Pro models. The following is the update log:
[Optimization] Unlock the visual experience of the screen display
[Optimization] Compatibility of some third-party chargers
[Optimization] Desktop sliding fluency
[Fix] Abnormal typing in input method in some scenarios
[Fix] Known issues and improve system stability
[Optimization] HDR effect in some shooting scenes
[Optimization] White balance performance of rear camera
In addition, the following fixes and optimizations are provided:
[Fix] The problem of out-of-order photos synced to local
[Optimization] Shanghai transportation card experience
[Optimization] 5G network connection stability
Naijatechnews understands that, in addition, the new version of the system also brings Bluetooth LHDC encoding support, and also optimizes the performance of the 5G network resident SA mode .
LHDC Bluetooth encoding is the main protocol type promoted by Huawei. Currently, it is supported by many products such as Xiaomi, OPPO, and Huawei. OPPO Enco X true wireless noise reduction headphones also support this protocol. The LHDC standard is compatible with Sony’s LDAC, and supports up to 24bit/192kHz or DSD128 audio specifications, and the code rate can reach 900kbps. This kind of encoding also supports adaptive bit rate, improves efficiency and reduces power consumption.
OnePlus 9 series phones were officially released on March 24. The product is equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor + full blood version of LPDDR5 memory + UFS 3.1 flash memory, screen refresh rate 120Hz, peak brightness 1100nit. The OnePlus 9 series is equipped with IMX766 “main camera” sensor with 50 million pixels and a new “free-form surface lens”.