OnePlus has been recently rolling out the latest OxygenOS 13.1 OTA update to their smartphones. The OnePlus 10T recently grabbed the update and now, the 2021 flagships, the OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro, and receiving the latest OxygenOS 13.1 update. The update brings several under-the-hood changes to the devices, such as a fixed high refresh rate issue, a new championship gaming mode, and much more.
Both the devices have started receiving the update in Indian regions. Other variants will also receive the update very soon. As for the build number, the update for OnePlus 9 comes under the build number LE2111_22.214.171.1240(EX01), and for the top-end OnePlus 9 Pro, the build number is LE2121_126.96.36.1990(EX01). The changelog mentions many things, such as increased use of Omojis, optimized system, and more. Here is the complete changelog of the update:
OnePlus 9/9 Pro OxygenOS 13.1 Changelog
- The new auto-connect feature enables automatic connection between phones, tablets, and PCs placed in close proximity.
- Expands Omoji’s functionality and library.
- Adds a new TalkBack feature that recognizes and announces images in apps and Photos.
- Adds the new Zen Space app, with two modes, Deep Zen and Light Zen, to help you focus on the present.
- Improves Simple mode with a new helper widget and quick tutorials on the Home screen.
- Adds the Championship mode to Game Assistant. This mode improves performance while also disabling notifications, calls, and other messages to give you a more immersive gaming experience.
- Adds a music playback control to Game Assistant, so you can listen to and control music easily while gaming.
The update is currently rolling out in the stages and if you have not received the update yet, don’t worry, you will receive it in the upcoming days. Additionally, if you want to check for it manually, you can head over to Settings >> About Phone >> OxygenOS version >> Check for updates.
The OnePlus 9 Pro is a top-of-the-line flagship smartphone that offers features such as a 6.7-inch QuadHD+ 120Hz AMOLED display with LTPO variable refresh rate technology. It is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chipset. For the cameras, it has a 48-megapixel Sony IMX 819 primary sensor, a 50-megapixels Sony IMX 766 ultrawide, an 8-megapixels 3.3X optical telephoto zoom lens, and a 2-megapixels monochrome sensor.