OnePlus 5T starts receiving OxygenOS 4.7.4 update with camera and system optimisations

By Shubham Sharma | Published on 08 Dec 2017

The OxygenOS 4.7.4 update optimises the camera’s UI on the OnePlus 5T and brings many system-level optimisations for audio from speakers and earphones, face unlock, vibrations and more.

OnePlus 5T starts receiving OxygenOS 4.7.4 update with camera and system optimisations

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OnePlus has started rolling out the OxygenOS 4.7.4 update for its flagship smartphone, the OnePlus 5T. This new update optimises the smartphone’s camera by updating its UI and also improves the overall image quality. In addition, It brings a slew of system level improvements for audio from speaker and earphones, face unlock and vibration. The update also improves battery usage on Wi-Fi and further stabilises fingerprint and GPS. It also comes with general bug fixes and system stability improvements.

The update was announced in a post on the company’s community forums. OnePlus said that the OxygenOS 4.7.4 is an incremental OTA upgrade which will be rolled out for users in a phased manner with a broader rollout in a few days. The update for OnePlus 5T weighs at 285MB and users can check if it is available for their smartphone in System Update under Device Settings. 

The OnePlus 5T was unveiled recently and this is its second software update this month. Previously, the OxygenOS 4.7.2 update was released for the smartphone which included optimisations for face unlock, fingerprint unlock, screen off gestures, improved EIS during video recording and more. The update also patched the Wi-Fi KRACK vulnerability. The security flaw allows an attacker to gain access to a user’s sensitive information like credit card numbers, passwords, chat messages, emails, photos, and more on the WPA2 Wi-Fi protocol. 

Many smartphone manufacturers have issued updates patching the Wi-Fi KRACK vulnerability, however, the fix was absent in Google’s November security patch, which made many Android smartphones vulnerable to the Wi-Fi exploit. The company recently issued a fix for it with the December security patch for Android devices. The patch was released alongside the Android Security Bulletin for December 2017, which details the most prominent security vulnerabilities affecting Android. You can read more about it here.

Shubham Sharma

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