OnePlus 10 Pro might be a gen-old at the moment, but it still packs the top-shelf specifications you’d expect from a OnePlus phone. The phone comes with triple cameras at the back, which include a 48MP primary camera, 8MP telephoto, and 50MP ultrawide sensor. Now, in this latest development, the Chinese tech giant is rolling out the May 2023 security update for a gen-old smartphone, the OnePlus 10 Pro. Along With the latest monthly security patch, it supports the exclusive Hasselblad Watermark.
The OnePlus 10 Pro is receiving a new software update in the global market, which bumps up the Android security patch level on the smartphone to May 2023. The new firmware also improves the system stability and squashes a few bugs, including the Hasselblad logo and camera specifications make the 10 Pro look both attractive and useful and are added to your photos.
[June 01, 2023]
The month of June has started, and the Chinese tech giant is rolling out the May 2023 security update for the OnePlus 10 Pro smartphone. The update is currently available for 10 Pro models in India, and the company will soon expand it to more markets.
Apart from this, the company also mentions fixing some common vulnerabilities in the patch description to optimize the security of your phone. With this update, the exclusive Hasselblad watermark is now available on the photos of the OnePlus 10 Pro.
Now, the Hasselblad logo and camera specifications make the 10 Pro look both attractive and useful and are added to your photos. Apart from these minor fixes, the latest software update does not introduce any notable changes.
OnePlus 10 Pro users are getting the May 2023 update with build version NE2211_22.214.171.1242(EX01). As this is just a correction patch, you can install the software using your regular mobile data pack. The latest update is based on OxygenOS 13.1, and this latest patch update also focuses on improving the stability and privacy of your device.
How to download manually:
To install the OnePlus 10 Pro May 2022 update, go to your phone’s Settings and enter About phone. Now tap on Download and Install and wait for the device to check for available software activities.
Tap the download button and install the update. Finally, restart your phone and enjoy the improved photography experience.