The Android Oreo based OxygenOS build for the OnePlus 5 is starting to roll out again. The original update was released to a small group last week but was halted after a bug was found in the initial release. OnePlus reworked the build, incremented it up to OxygenOS 5.0.1, and has re-released it. So far, no issues have been reported.
The 5.x train for OnePlus’ Android builds, brings it up to Oreo as the base platform and the company has now released it for the OnePlus 3, 3T and 5. Only the 5T remains in beta but that shouldn’t be for much longer.
As for changes, there are a lot in this update for the OnePlus 5. The launcher has been updated, the camera now has portrait mode and there are a lot of overall system optimizations that are happening that should improve the stability and performance of the phone.
From the OnePlus release notes, here are all the changes you’ll find in OxygenOS 5.0.1 for the OnePlus 5
- Updated to Android O (8.0)
- Optimizations for Shelf
- Now you can upload your photo through Shot on OnePlus
- New Camera UI design
- Optimizations for photo quality
- Added beauty effect for Portrait Mode
- Added “Places” tab for viewing photos on a map
- Added history feature
- Added alarm calendar feature
- Added Parallel Apps feature
- New design for Quick Settings
- New design for Lift up display
- Added “Adaptive model” screen calibration
- Optimizations for Wi-Fi
- Optimizations for Battery Saver
- Updated Android security patch to December
If you have a OnePlus 5, the update is now at the point where is rolling out more generally and you should see it over the course of the next few days.