OnePlus has recently rolled out the June 2023 update. The update is already available for the OnePlus 11 and OnePlus 10 series of smartphones. Today, the company started releasing the update to the OnePlus 9 and OnePlus 9 Pro via OTA update. The devices have received a couple of new features, which have also been updated on other devices.

The update is quite similar, and it also shares some issues. So, let’s take a closer look at those new features and changes. Without further ado, let’s get started.

OxygenOS 13.1: June Build

This update weighs almost 1.06GB and has a build number of LE2111_13.1.0.580 (EX01), which includes a June 2023 security patch. The company is rolling out the update gradually, so you may receive it after a few days if you haven’t received it yet. Alternatively, you can sideload the package by downloading it.

OxygenOS 13.1 was updated to June 2023 with many bugs.
  • Download the package to your device’s internal storage.
  • Then, go to your device’s Settings, tap on Software Update, and select the triple-vertical dot menu.
  • Choose Local Install and select the package from there.
  • Finally, verify and follow the on-screen instructions to finish the upgrade.

Performance and battery

The performance seems to be slightly lower than the previous build, but there is better throttling on this build.

Redesigned the Pocket Mode UI

There is now a redesigned Pocket Mode UI that looks cleaner and has bold text that says “Remove anything covering this area” at the top and “Pocket Mistouch Prevention” at the bottom. Swipe up to exit.

Camera App

The stock camera app has also been updated to version 3.537.69. With this update, there is a new exclusive Hasselblad watermark that also supports modes like Photos, Portrait, Night, Pro, and Expand. Additionally, the normal watermark option has been revamped, but it doesn’t look great because they have removed the preview window.

Multi-screen Connect

This feature has now been officially released for the OnePlus 8 series, which helps you sync across your tablet and TV.

The changelog doesn’t suggest any major upgrades, as it only has some minor tweaks and fixes related to mobile connection and Bluetooth stability. Some users have reported experiencing frame drops while playing games like PUBG, CODM, and Genshin Impact, as it hovers around 50 FPS despite the temperature being normal.


  • Some users have reported issues with their build, including heating problems and CPU throttling. The maximum CPU throttling has been reduced to 68%, compared to 81% in the last build. If you play many games, updating your device to the latest version is recommended to avoid frame drops.