When it comes to sending timely software updates, OnePlus is doing a good job. The company pushes out new updates on a regular basis to OnePlus 3, 3T and 5.
As such, OnePlus is now apparently rolling out a new update for its current flagship. Although it was not officially announced, Reddit users have confirmed the news. This latest OxygenOS update for OnePlus 5 carries the build number 4.5.11. It comes a little over a month after the smartphone received the OxygenOS version 4.5.10 update. Anyway, let's check out the new features brought by the update.
To start off, the update fixes some bugs that have been annoying the OnePlus 5 users for quite a while now. Most importantly, there was a problem with YouTube video lagging behind audio, which has been solved.
Other than that, the update seems to have fixed the display issues of some UI elements. Even the 4G+ network signal reception has been improved in some regions.
In addition, the OxygenOS 4.5.11 update has added the option to customize the notification ring tone. The launching speed of apps has been improved as well.
Besides this, the update also includes the Android security patch for September and some minor bug fixes. Well, this is pretty much everything the update brings with it. We will know more about the update once OnePlus officially makes an announcement regarding this matter.
As is often the case, OnePlus rolls out updates in phases. Hence, don't get panicked if your device has not received the new update yet. It will take a couple of days before the OxygenOS 4.5.11 makes its way to all the OnePlus 5 phones.
OnePlus 5 is also expected to get the Android 8.0 Oreo update soon. The device has aleady been spotted on Geekbench running Android Oreo OS. However, it is not known for sure when exactly OnePlus will start rolling out the latest Android iteration to OnePlus 5.