Gaming Issues with OnePlus 10 Pro OxygenOS 13.1 June Update

OnePlus has been known for its timely software updates, and recently, they released the OxygenOS 13.1 June update for the OnePlus 10 Pro. While the update brought some improvements and bug fixes, it also introduced certain gaming issues that users have encountered. This article will delve into the details of the update, discuss the benchmark results, highlight the changes in the update, and address the gaming performance concerns.

OxygenOS 13.1 June 2023 Update Details

The OxygenOS 13.1 update, with a size of around 1.07 GB, came with the 5th June 2023 security patch. The update was made available for the OnePlus 10 Pro as part of a staged rollout. Users who did not receive the OTA update immediately were provided with instructions on how to manually install the update using download links shared by OnePlus.

Benchmark Results

Following the update, benchmark tests were conducted to assess the performance of the OnePlus 10 Pro. The single-core score reached 1704, while the multi-core score was 3738. Although these scores were slightly higher compared to the previous build, throttling issues were observed during a 100-thread test, with the CPU throttling up to 68%. In contrast, the previous build experienced throttling up to 81%.

Changes in the Update

The change logs for the OxygenOS 13.1 June update listed a few modifications related to the system, camera application, and calendar application. Under the system changes, OnePlus addressed an issue where the custom ringtone for specific contacts was not functioning correctly. While this problem may have affected some users, it appeared to be resolved for most individuals.

In terms of camera improvements, the update introduced a minor upgrade to the camera app version. Notably, the Hasselblad watermark feature, previously available only for photos, was extended to portrait mode, Night Pro, and X-Men mode. Additionally, OnePlus claimed to have fixed stuttering issues when browsing through photos, although some users still reported minor jitters while scrolling.

Gaming Issues

Unfortunately, the OxygenOS 13.1 June update brought certain gaming issues to the OnePlus 10 Pro. Users who tested games, such as BGMI, noticed significant frame drops and lag. Even in Team Deathmatch (TDM) modes, players encountered difficulties due to the high amount of lag. Consequently, it is not recommended to update the OnePlus 10 Pro to this particular build if gaming performance is a priority.

Conclusion

While the OxygenOS 13.1 June update for the OnePlus 10 Pro introduced some improvements and bug fixes, it also resulted in gaming issues, including frame drops and lag. Users are advised to exercise caution before updating their devices and consider waiting for a comprehensive review to assess the overall performance and stability of the update. OnePlus is likely to address these concerns in subsequent updates to ensure a smoother gaming experience for its users.

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