OnePlus 5 Receives an Update to OxygenOS v4.5.10, Improves the Camera and More

OnePlus 5 Receives an Update to OxygenOS v4.5.10, Improves the Camera and More

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Earlier today, OnePlus announced they were starting to roll out a new OTA update for the OnePlus 5. This update will bring your software up to version 4.5.10 of OxygenOS and it comes with a number of changes that will likely make a lot of OnePlus 5 owners happy. There still isn’t any mention of a fix for the jelly scrolling effect that so many customers have complained about, but the update touches on the camera quality, WiFi stability, bug fixes and more.

The highlight of this update, similar to its last OTA update earlier this month, is the camera. Camera quality in a smartphone is becoming more and more important these days since the competition is heating up and people want their photos to look as good as possible. This update to OxygenOS 4.5.10 is said to reduce noise in a photograph during what we assume is low-light conditions. The OnePlus 5 camera generally performs well when there is a good light source so this improvement is very welcomed.

The changelog also mentions improved camera stability as well as improvements to noise and textures when recording videos at 60 frames per second. The launcher received a change with this update that adds country information of photographers in Shot on OnePlus. The phone application also received some attention by fixing a bug that caused accidental touches after you hung up from a phone call. The team says they have improved Jio call functionality, and fixed a display issue on the calling screen.

WiFi stability is said to be improved as well, but the team didn’t go into detail about what exactly was improved. There was a bug that was fixed in regards to the new font they added, and one for a scrolling issue for the Google Play Music application too. Lastly, those who use the SnapShot application should notice that their videos are much more clear than before.

Source: OnePlus