OnePlus doesn’t have a lot of phones in the American market, but the company does take good care of the phones that are already available. This has been illustrated yet again with the T-Mobile variant of the smartphone getting the Android 10 update right now. It’s worth noting that OnePlus originally began sending out the Android 10 update to the unlocked versions of the smartphone way back in September 2019.
So the fact that T-Mobile handles the update for this phone had something to do with the delay. Users confirmed the arrival of the update through the OnePlus subreddit on Reddit.
As for changes, the OnePlus 7 Pro should pack the same features that we saw with the Android 10 update from September barring a few carrier-related changes as well as newer bug fixes and a more recent Android security patch.
The update reportedly weighs a massive 2GB, so make sure you’re connected to an unlimited connection before downloading this update. The update has started seeding pretty early, so it’s likely that the notification has already arrived on your phone. If it hasn’t, be sure to head over to the Settings page to pull the update manually.
The OnePlus 7 Pro was somewhat overshadowed by the arrival of its 5G sibling, although the phone saw an exceptional response when it broke cove Stateside. The phone packs a 6.67-inch Fluid AMOLED display with a resolution of 3140 x 1440 and a refresh rate of 90 Hz, making it one of the handful of phones in the market to have the honor.
The phone runs on the octa-core 7nm Snapdragon 855 SoC and is accompanied by 256GB of storage (non-expandable), 8GB of RAM, and a 4,000 mAh battery underneath with the company’s proprietary 30W Warp Charge technology.
Via: Talk Android