OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro get minor update with camera and battery life fixes

Peter, 06 April 2021

Only a few days after the update for the OnePlus 9 series, the company has put out a new update – OxygenOS This one is much smaller, but is important nonetheless. It’s currently rolling out in India for the OnePlus 9 Pro, the North American and European rollouts should be close behind. The OnePlus 9 update will follow soon as well.

Oxygen OS update notification for the OnePlus 9 Pro
Oxygen OS update notification for the OnePlus 9 Pro (image credit)

The main improvements in 2.3.3 are related to the camera and reducing standby power draw. The rest of the update is focused on improving stability.

One user reports that the battery drain issue has indeed been fixed, however another says that the camera is still a bit laggy. If you want to try it out for yourself but don’t want to wait, XDA has download links for the Pro phone.

Here’s the new changelog in its entirety:

  • System
    • Improved the power consumption performance to extend the battery life
    • Fixed known issues and improved system stability
  • Camera
    • Improved the shooting and recording experience
  • Network
    • Improved the stability of telecommunication functions
    • Improved the WLAN transmission performance and stability

And here are the firmware versions post update:

Region OnePlus 9 OnePlus 9 Pro
North America​



Reader comments

  • Nark0tiX

Hate to say but battery issues are not fixed, 100% to 90% in like 30 minutes

After years of using OnePlus but finally leaving them last year (OP8P being my last) I've come to a couple conclusions. Their community is full of self righteous, lazy complainers. It's such a weird combination. If you don't believe me...

  • Anonymous

Xiaomi has official stores here in Europe, Asia and Australia, physical ones where you can test, buy and repair their phones if needed, so you are lying. OnePlus doesn't have stores and customer services here. You have to rely on external third...

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