OnePlus 5 receives Android Oreo-based OxygenOS Open Beta 2

Joanna Estrada
December 16, 2017

OnePlus has fixed issues released to the launcher, camera, files manager, and system.

OnePlus has announced that the second Android 8.0 beta update is now rolling out for OnePlus 5 beta users.

Google has released the Android Oreo update, which is the latest version of Android Operating System for smartphones platform, with the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL devices. For the very same reason, non-Google smartphone users are anxiously waiting for the official Oreo update on their phones. The camera app would also receive some UI improvements as well. OnePlus 5 users can head over to the company's forum post and download the Open beta build 2. Talking about the improvements made by OnePlus in this update, the company has fixed some issues related to the Reading Mode, Vibration mode, Bluetooth audio, and fixed some bugs related to Parallel Apps. Also, parallel apps bugs and reboot issue when using Picture in Picture mode have been fixed in the latest Open Beta. The Open Beta 2 build comes with a host of bug fixes, tweaks and improvements and is now available for all beta users to download and install. You can still opt for the Open Beta Program if you haven't yet.

Finally, the update also includes some usual bug fixes as well as Android security patch for the month of November.

Speed improvements while deleting massive files.

There were rumors about bringing the Face Unlock feature on the OnePlus 5 device with the stable Oreo update, however we are unable to figure out this new Face Unlock feature on the second Oreo Beta update.

Although the OnePlus 5T was launched last month and is the current flagship smartphone in the Chinese company's line-up, OnePlus hasn't forgotten about buyers of its previous smartphones.

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