OnePlus has been among the biggest and most popular brands when it comes to the world of smartphone technology. The company has quickly risen up the ranks and is weighed in as one of the top names in the world. Their latest launch took place last week, as the company announced the arrival of the OnePlus 5. The phone has already gone on sale in China, India and a few other nations. The company has now been rolling out OxygenOS 4.5.2 OS update for the users of these smartphones.
The update is a small one, which comes out at a size of just 36 MB. This is for those devices which go up from OxygenOS 4.5.1, however in case of most retail units it would be a direct update to the OxygenOS 4.5.2. This direct update would weigh in at about 150MB. Here’s the official OxygenOS 4.5.2 OS update changelog:
- App installation issue
- System update failure
- Bluetooth stability
- Network stability
- System stability
- Compatibility with 3rd party apps
As of now it is unclear if these changes are major. While zero-day updates such as these are not uncommon when it comes to the world of smartphone technology, one of the biggest problem that OxygenOS 4.5.2 update fixes is that of the network stability. A number of users, including those who tried out the review units had one major problem that there were a number of network drops. This update is all set to fix this network instability.
For newer devices, the OxygenOS 4.5.2 update will come out of the box and need not be downloaded and installed again. OnePlus 5 has gone on sale in a few Asian nations including their home country China and the neighboring India. The phone goes on sale in the US markets tomorrow, the 27th of June. Stay tuned with us for more updates on the phone.