As you may know, yesterday OnePlus decided to finally take its 10 Pro out of China, and announced it for global markets. Today, a mere 24 hours after that, the company is already issuing the first software update to the global model.
The new release is labeled NE2211_11.A.11 in India, which is where it’s rolling out first. In the EU it’s going to be NE2213_11.A.12, and this rollout should follow very soon.
The changelog is the same for both markets, featuring optimizations in the focusing speed for videos shot in slo-mo, improved portrait mode shots, and a better white balance for the front camera, as well as an optimized fingerprint recognition algorithm that improves the success rate of unlocking, better performance and fluency in games, more stable Wi-Fi connections and an overall enhanced Wi-Fi experience, and generally better system stability.
Additionally, an issue with unstable mobile signal in specific scenarios has been fixed. As usual, the rollout of this update will be incremental, so it may take a few days for it to complete. Given that the global model was only announced a day ago, we’re guessing this update is what’s going to be waiting for 99% of owners as they take the phone out of the box.