OnePlus 5T getting OxygenOS 4.7.4 OTA update

Doris Richards
December 8, 2017

The update as always will be rolling out gradually in waves, but users in Canada seem to be the first to have received the update.

Other updates and fixes in OxygenOS 4.7.4 include optimizations in audio performance from the speakers and earphones, battery performance improvements (including when connected to Wi-Fi), tuned the vibration settings and improved the stability of fingerprint sensor and Global Positioning System.

OnePlus 5T is yet to get a taste of Oreo even as beta update, something which its brethren OnePlus 5 does, while the company has already rolled out stable version of Android 8.0 for OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T.

Carrying the OxygenOS 4.7.4 moniker, it is the second software update for the 5T since the launch. It includes an updated user-interface for camera as well as improvements to the overall quality of the photos taken from the phone. OnePlus CEO Carl Pei had previously announced that the developers were working on updates to bring improved low-light conditions, further adding that the images would have more detail than before.

The OxygenOS 4.7.4 update also has system-level improvements, including optimisations for audio from speaker and earphones, face unlock, and vibration.

The OnePlus 5T Star Wars Limited Edition comes with some cool themes and also looks different with a Storm Trooper white finish that kind of reminds us of the Black and White Pixel 2 smartphones. There is also an optimisation for battery usage on Wi-Fi. The update was released on Thursday and will reach all OnePlus 5T units over the next few days. The Wi-Fi battery usage has been optimized and Global Positioning System and fingerprint recognition have received stability. You could try using your VPN to trick the server into getting it to download the update.

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