OnePlus 5T gets OTA with bug fixes on Android Oreo Open Beta 1: OnePlus released the latest flagship killer smartphone in the premium range of smartphones from the company which was named as the OnePlus 5T. This smartphone is also the latest flagship smartphone from the company this year and also the second smartphone to be launched by OnePlus in a single year as the OnePlus 5 was launched earlier this year which was the previous flagship OnePlus smartphone in 2017. Now, the reason to launch the OnePlus 5T after the OnePlus 5 was because of the display technology that was seen in every flagship smartphone which is an edge to edge Fullscreen 18:9 display.
Therefore, OnePlus decided to launch the OnePlus 5T with a Fullscreen display along with a Full HD+ AMOLED display. Apart from that, the price of the OnePlus 5T was kept same as the OnePlus 5 in India in order to boost the sales of the OnePlus 5T. Now, we have known that the launch of the OnePlus 5T was done in India and other countries in November 2017 and it came with Android 7.1 Nougat with OxygenOS 4.7. However, the Android Oreo update was promised to be released soon for the smartphone and we have seen that the Android Oreo update was released by OnePlus in Beta last month.
Now, we are reporting about a new OTA that has been released by OnePlus on top of the Open Beta 1 which fixes bugs that were present in the Open Beta 1 update for the OnePlus 5T. The major bug on the OnePlus 5T was the phone capturing green images when taking a selfie.
OnePlus 5T Oreo Open Beta 1 Bug Fixes OTA Update
This bug has been fixed along with other bug fixes as well. Also, keep in mind that this update is not an Open Beta 2 update which should be released sometime next week. Now, if you are on Open Beta 1 on your OnePlus 5T then you will receive this OTA update on your phone.
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