OnePlus has revoked the launch of update OxygenOS 5.0 for the OnePlus 5, mentioning a bug that interrupted the worldwide roll out of the software. Rather, the firm is getting ready to launch OxygenOS 5.0.1 and a fractional roll out for that will soon go live. Previously, OxygenOS 5.0 was launched as an OTA (incremental over-the-air) upgrade for the OnePlus 5.
A staff member of OnePlus, in an update to the actual forum post, stated that the worldwide roll out on OnePlus 5 of OxygenOS 5.0 has been called off owing to a bug in the design. This will be substituted by the new OxygenOS 5.0.1, a limited roll out of which will soon be pushed out. After 2 open beta unveils, OnePlus 5 had initiated getting the Android 8.0 Oreo-supported OxygenOS 5.0 upgrade late in the previous month. This upgrade consists of the Face Unlock that was rented from the new OnePlus 5T.
The OxygenOS 5.0 update also had elements such as an updated launcher with backing for shelf optimizations and the facility to enable users to directly upload via the Shot on OnePlus. A facelift is been added to the Camera app with optimizations for photography and new UI design. Besides that, the update included a lot of core updates such as a new adaptive mode screen calibration, Quick Settings panel, and few system level optimizations for Wi-Fi as well as other connectivity alternatives.
Remarkably, the OnePlus 3T and OnePlus 3 became the foremost devices from the firm to get the most recent OxygenOS 5.0.1 upgrade. The upgrade surfaced with the most recent Android security piece of December, the new adaptive mode screen adjustment, a Wi-Fi hotspot manager, backing for aptX HD, and few other bug mends.
At present, there are no details on what elements will be included on to the OnePlus 5 in the upcoming update.