It’s been a month since OnePlus has unveiled the OnePlus 9 Pro to the world in their hour-long launch event. You may know that OnePlus created a hype boasting its collaboration with Hasselblad to offer next-level photographic experience on the OnePlus 9 Pro. With that and all the other things in mind, OnePlus fans were quick enough to pre-book the most expensive flagship device launched to date. However, the excitement doesn’t seem to last long as users started reporting overheating issues on the OnePlus 9 Pro.
After the units were received by many users, reports started pouring in from around the world about it getting hot while using for a long time. Many users reported that the OnePlus 9 Pro is overheating abnormally while using the camera app. While some others claimed that it is heating up with normal usage too. It seems that the OnePlus 9 Pro is already facing some usage issues. Multiple users are reporting overheating problems on this phone while performing certain tasks.
In particular, one user took to a social forum to pen down his frustration about overheating problems he faced on a OnePlus 9 Pro when he was recording a 4K 60fps clip. He added that he could only get footage worth mere seconds as the phone heated up like fire and an overheating warning popped up on the display to stop filming or the device would shut off automatically. Another OnePlus 9 Pro owner claimed that they couldn’t take pictures in the sunlight due to overheating problems. It should be noted that overheating problems are also causing some severe battery drain problems on the OnePlus 9 Pro.
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After thousands of user reports and feedbacks, OnePlus acknowledged the OnePlus 9 Pro overheating issues and assured the users that they are already working on a fix. A statement given by the OxygenOS Product Lead Gary C quoted:
“We’ve identified the underlying reasons behind the reported increase in temperature and already begun pushing out OTA updates to optimize the overall device temperature and improve battery performance. So far, the initial feedback has been positive.”
Let’s not forget that OxygenOS 22.214.171.124 has already started rolling out in India, and the initial feedback has been positive as per the OnePlus officials. If you are reading this article from Europe or North American soil, the OTA update should roll out soon in your regions too. The company confirmed that it would push a further OTA update to the OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro smartphones to solve the overheating and battery drain issues.
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