OnePlus 5T, the latest offering by OnePlus went on sale earlier this week. Before the handsets could reach their respective buyer, OnePlus has rolled out an update which iterates from Oxygen OS 4.7.1 to 4.7.2.
Along with the increment of version number, the new update brings improvement in the fingerprint and face unlock. This is also accompanied by improved screen-off gestures, introduction of EIS on 4K recording and fixing KRACK WPA2 Wi-Fi vulnerability. The update is fairly small in size as it is very specific to the above mentioned changes. Earlier today on forums Carl Pei, Co – founder posted about improvements in camera coming very soon.
Well, OnePlus has always been committed to its community and respects their feedback. It is good to know that a brand acts upon it quickly as well. We shall be testing out the OnePlus 5T starting next week. In case you have any questions shoot at us on our social platforms or the comments section below. Here is the complete change log for the update:
* Optimizations for fingerprint unlock
* Optimizations for face unlock
* Improved accuracy of screen off gestures
* Improved EIS during 4K video recording
* Wi-Fi WPA2 security patch (Krack vulnerability patch)
* General stability improvements and bug fixes