Here’s what a OnePlus 10 Pro user expects from OxygenOS 13.1

OnePlus 10 Pro OxygenOS 13.1

After OxygenOS 13, OnePlus fans are eagerly looking for the 13.1 version release and new additions. On the flip side, users are also sharing about the improvements that should come with the next build. Following the track, a OnePlus 10 Pro user also dropped his wishlist for OxygenOS 13.1.

We are already aware that unlike OOS 13, OxygenOS 13.1 will be a minor upgrade. However, the exciting news is that it will surely be full of new modifications and will improve the overall functioning of the devices.

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Additionally, OnePlus smartphone users are also expecting some beneficial fixes for issues and defects that emerged after the huge Android 13-based firmware installation. Though the 13th build is not that bad, yet it has listed several issues with the devices, to date.

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In accordance, a OnePlus 10 Pro phone holder gave his thoughts on OxygenOS 13.1, including what fixes he would like to see in his device. As per him, the device needs a good revamp with the upcoming software upgrade.

At the outset, the owner stress the fact that after the major update, his device faced a lot of problems. Eventually, these defects have resulted in nothing, but disappointment. Further, he mentioned a few bugs that he particularly wanted to be fixed with the 13.1 version.

OnePlus 10 Pro OxygenOS 13.1

Bugs including:
  • The comfort screen warm does not turn on automatically
  • The camera does not open or opens super laggy
  • Cannot shoot video smoothly unless closing all the background apps
  • The phone gets extremely hot very often with normal use
  • Crazy short battery life

Alongside these points, another user added that the brightness sensor has stopped working. Thus, the company should look into these issues and provide a solution with the next OxygenOS version.

So OnePlus 10 Pro users! Are you also facing such kinds of issues with your handset? What fixes will you suggest to appear with OxygenOS 13.1? Share your words in the comment section.

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