A day after seeing its OxygenOS beta for OnePlus 5/5T devices, OnePlus is rolling out a stable firmware update to the OnePlus 6 adding a slew of new features, improvements and bug fixes to its latest flagship. The newest software update as OnePlus claims will improve the overall camera performance for the OnePlus 6 with new Google Lens feature built right in for quicker access. The update will roll out starting today and will be incrementally seeded for a broader rollout in the coming weeks.
Dubbed as OxygenOS 5.1.9, the latest stable build brings the biggest notable change till yet and that’s the integration of the Google Lens. This allows users to quickly access the image search feature through their OnePlus 6’s camera app, enabling information of objects right from the camera interface.
Weighing in at 342MB, the update brings with it miniature changes in the camera department including a new beauty mode when using the Selfie Portrait feature which is yet to be explained. The update also improves the image quality of pictures clicked severalfold.
Aside from camera improvements, the OxygenOS 5.1.9 seeds the OnePlus 6 with the latest July batch of Android security updates. There’s a group MMS feature for messaging while the stable firmware also fixes accidental touches and VoLTE/VoWiFi in certain regions. The latest build also solves WiFi connection stability as well as issues regarding Bluetooth pairing up inside cars.
The latest OxygenOS 5.1.9 is currently being rolled out incrementally and you’ll be notified when the update hits your device. For users who can’t wait, we’d suggest manually searching for the update by heading over to Settings > About Phone > Software updates to capture the OTA package firsthand.