While some may consider the OnePlus 5 the best Android device currently on the market (myself included), the phone isn’t without its faults. The OnePlus 5 has had its fair share of bugs and other issues — some small, others a lot more serious — but thankfully speedy software updates have continually patched things up.
Today OxygenOS 4.5.10 has begun rolling out and once again, looks to bring with it a handful of noteworthy improvements to everything from the camera, launcher, phone, and general system stability. Here’s the quick changelog:
- Photo noise reduction
- Improved Camera stability
- 60 fps video noise and texture improvements
- Added country information of photographers in Shot on OnePlus
- Fixed accidental touches after hanging up
- Improved Jio call functionality
- Fixed display issue on calling screen
- Improved WiFi stability
- Fixed clarity issue of videos taken by SnapShot app
- Fixed display issue of new font
- Fixed scrolling issue of Play Music
It’ll be interesting to see what kind of photo quality improvements OnePlus brings to the 5. I personally prefer a bit of noise if it means keeping the picture sharp and detailed, an issue I’ve never had with the OnePlus 5’s camera. The “noise reduction” part definitely has me a bit worried, but we’ll have to wait and see how things turn out after the update is pushed.
OxygenOS 4.5.10 is hitting a few users starting today, then a full rollout will begin in a few days so keep an eye out.