OnePlus 5 Gets OxygenOS 4.5.2 Update: Bug Fixes, Camera Optimizations And More

Hooray for all the OnePlus 5 owners! This week, OnePlus officially announced that its flagship device is getting its very first update. Smartphone users should expect anytime soon the update to OxygenOS 4.5.2 with bug fixes, camera optimizations and more.

The software upgrade introduces many improvements to OnePlus 5 which include the stability of the system, network, as well as other connections such as Bluetooth of the smartphone. It also brings enhancement to other featurs like the optimizations for the camera and compatibility with third party applications.

According to Phone Arena, the OxygenOS 4.5.2 version also addresses problems and issues with app installations, as well as system update failures. The rather small size of the patch can be explained by the fact that OnePlus 5 comes with an OxygenOS version based on Android 7.1.1 out of the box.

The operating system update of the OnePlus 5 is now available over-the-air program. However, it might need for some users to take the time to reach all compatible mobile devices. To check for the OxygenOS 4.5.2 manually, go to the Settings menu of the smartphone, then click on System updates. Make sure that the OnePlus 5 that is being updated have sufficient battery charge and connected to a stable Internet connection before proceeding with the patch.

The OnePlus 5 was launched with Android 7.1.1 onboard, which is currently the latest version of Android OS, Android Central reported. And because it is the newest version, users and owners of OnePlus 5 don't need to expect that much from today’s update.

This means that the smartphone is flawless in performance, but the fact that the tech firm caters to small issues related to the OnePlus 5 so quickly is very cool. As a matter of fact, we can expect monthly updates to roll out for the OnePlus 5, which carries the latest security patches, as we’ve seen for the OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T before.


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