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OnePlus 7T finally gets 960fps slo-mo and wide-angle 4K video capture support

By Nadeem Sarwar May 15, 2020, 2:01 pm
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OnePlus promised back in September last year that the OnePlus 7T will get support for 960 super slo-mo and wide-angle 4K video capture soon. Well, after a long delay, those two features have finally arrived with the latest Oxygen OS beta build, alongside the April Android security patch and a host of other changes.

A OnePlus 7T user posted a screenshot of the camera UI on Reddit, confirming the arrival of 960fps slo-mo video capture mode with the Oxygen OS Open Beta 3 update that was released on May 7. However, it appears that v3.10.17 of the OnePlus camera app on APK Mirror has had this feature since April.

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Additionally, users now record 4K videos at 30fps using the wide-angle camera on their OnePlus 7T. Oxygen OS Open Beta 3 update also added a new feature that alerts users when there is dirt on the camera lens and also introduced the ability to switch mobile data on phone calls over VoLTE.

Via: XDA-Developers

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