OnePlus is among the top Chinese smartphone manufacturers that keep impressing the technological world. Xiaomi, Huawei, Oppo, and OnePlus kept releasing astonishing mobile gadgets during the recent years. South Korean companies like Samsung and LG, or even Apple, have some tough competition.
Although OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro are only several days until their release, they had already received their first software update.
OxygenOS 10.5.4 is the name of the update
The two phones are majestic devices, packing 8 to 12 GB of RAM, 48 MP camera on the rear, video recording in 4K, Snapdragon 865 processor, 4300 mAh battery, huge AMOLED display of 6.55 inches, and more. The new update even adds some improvements, as it follows:
- Users will be able to activate the OnePlus Bullets Wireless Z with Dolby Atmos. This will improve the sound quality of the new OnePlus earphones.
- Live Caption has now been added. This feature can recognize speech in media and generate captions automatically. For activation, just go to the Settings menu, then select System, and ultimately head for Accessibility. You will be able to enable the feature there.
- A list of system changes is also worth looking at. Users will find improvements for icon display, system stability, and more.
- New Android security patch for March is also included.
- The camera experience is getting improved with optimization for the taking of photos, and stability.
Furthermore, anytime you need to check for future updates, you can head for the newly added ‘OnePlus Tips & Support’ section from Settings. Also, the section can also help users out when they are looking for various answers regarding common problems with the gadget.
OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro had been sold like warm bread after being available for pre-order. The two models were sold out in the US, but are still available in other regions of the globe. The OxygenOS 10.5.4 update will be available to everyone who buys either one of the two new OnePlus models.
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