OnePlus has started rolling out the update for its current flagship device OnePlus 5. The Chinese giant has released the Oxygen OS v4.5.12 with several bugs and improvement fixes include the most requested fix for the WiFi WPA2 security.
The WiFi WPA2 also Known as KRACK was introduced in mid-October. It was affecting all the WiFi devices around the globe. Due to this, it was possible to hack a WiFi device and keep a tap on the traffic without knowing the WPA2 passphrase.
Other than this, the new update supports the Airtel VoLTE in the country, and even includes the Band 66 of Freedom carrier in Canada. It also includes fixes like, optimize the battery, GPS accuracy, supports customization of notification ringtone, improved launching speed of apps, optimized adaptive brightness, fixes of YouTube video lagging and display issues of some UI elements.
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Apart from this, the company is currently working on the Android Oreo 8.0 update for its devices which is expected to roll out soon with an over-the-air(OTA) update.
Meanwhile, OnePlus CEO Pete Lau has confirmed the official name and presence of 3.5mm headphone jack in the upcoming OnePlus 5T device. The device is said to feature a 6-inch AMOLED bezel-less display with an aspect ratio of 18:9.