Following the massive success of the OnePlus 3 and 3T, OnePlus launched the OnePlus 5 in June this year. While the reviews surrounding the handset were primarily negative, the handset has still found plenty of takers all thanks to the excellent goodwill gained by the company after the 3/3T.
OnePlus today announced the release of a limited edition ‘Soft Gold” color for the OnePlus 5. The handset will be available in limited quantities and come with 6GB RAM/64GB of storage.
OnePlus recently started rolling out the OxygenOS 4.5.7/8 update for the OnePlus which introduces EIS for 4K video recording and fixes plenty of other bugs. The company is rolling out the update incrementally so it will not be available to everyone immediately. If you cannot wait for the update to land on your device though, you can always sideload it manually.
OnePlus today started rolling out the OxygenOS 4.5.7 update for the OnePlus 5 with a couple of new features and a bunch of bugfixes and optimisations.
Last week, OnePlus rolled out a software update for the OnePlus 5 to fix the infamous 911 bug issue on it. However, post the seemingly minor update, 5 owners have been complaining about excessive battery drain on their devices.
The latest flagship smartphone from OnePlus is seeing some negative feedback from some users, after they discovered their handset has a major issue.
The OnePlus 5 went on sale late last month in most markets of the world. While the handset has launched to mixed reviews, that has not stopped it from selling like hot cakes in India and certain parts of Europe. Like with every other smartphone, you need to use a case to protect the OnePlus 5 from dents and dings.
OnePlus has been on a roll ever since the release of the OnePlus 5 late last month. The company has been releasing new builds of OxygenOS for the handset almost on a weekly basis to squash bugs and refine existing features. Today, the company has started rolling out OxygenOS 4.5.5 for the handset that aims to further improve the Wi-Fi connectivity on the device and fix a few other bugs.
Even before OnePlus launched the OnePlus 5, the company revealed that it was working closely with DxOMark to further enhance the camera experience of the handset. Now that the handset is out, reviews have clearly pointed out that the 5’s dual camera system is far from the flagship killer that OnePlus hyped it to be. And surprisingly, despite the hype before its launch, DxOMark never released their review of the OnePlus 5’s camera.
Customers of the OnePlus 5 will be interested to know that amidst the flurry of bugs that the company has already acknowledged, it now has a new one to contend with. This one isn’t as severe as the others, although it’s still pretty concerning. Well, when you record a video on the OnePlus 5 in landscape orientation, it seems like the audio is recorded in opposite channels i.e. inversely.