OnePlus Tweaks Camera Software In Latest Update for the 5
OnePlus has begun pushing a system update to the OnePlus 5 smartphone that should make improvements to the camera. OxygenOS 4.5.10 targets the camera by reducing photo noise, improving stability, and resolving noise and texture when recording 60fps video. The system update introduces several other features and fixes. For example, the phone app resolves an issue that allowed for accidental screen touches after ending a call. OnePlus says the software update also improves WiFi stability, resolves a SnapChat video issue, smoothes out scrolling in Play Music, and sharpens up a new font. OxygenOS 4.5.10 is being made available to a limited number of users to start, though OnePlus expects all users to see the update within a week.
Review: OnePlus 5
The OnePlus 5 is the latest flagship from OnePlus. This Android smartphone boasts an appealing design, top specs, and solid performance in most respects.
OnePlus Reveals the OnePlus 5 with Dual Cameras
OnePlus today revealed its 2017 flagship handset, the OnePlus 5. The company has long offered high-end Android phones at affordable prices.
OnePlus 5 Arrives In Soft Gold
OnePlus today made a new soft gold version of the OnePlus 5 available via its web site. The gold model comes with 6 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage for $479.
OnePlus Says 8 GB Version of OnePlus 5 Available for Immediate Shipping
OnePlus today said the high-end variant of its OnePlus 5 smartphone is now more widely available to U.S. buyers.
OnePlus Withdraws OxygenOS 4.5.7, Pushes 4.5.8 In Its Place
OnePlus has cancelled the OxygenOS 4.5.7 system update it released earlier this week for the OnePlus 5 smartphone. According to user complaints, the system update caused problems within gaming applications.