OnePlus 5T starts receiving OxygenOS 4.7.4 update with camera improvements

Ceria Alfonso
Diciembre 8, 2017

OnePlus 5T has received a firmware update.

After the OnePlus 5T launch, everyone seemed to love the smartphone, but somehow could not get over the fact that the camera quality was still lacking.

The new update is tagged as OxygenOS 4.7.4. As per the official changelog posted on OnePlus forums, the OxygenOS update has a bunch of camera improvements. Also, they appear to have tweaked the image processing algorithms responsible for bringing a better photo quality.

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A previous report suggested that OnePlus is cooking up improvements to low-light photography and selfie shots on the OnePlus 5T and making the beautification mode optional. Arriving as OxygenOS 4.7.4, the update weighs in at 285MB and brings along a couple of camera-related changes as well as some system-related optimizations and improvements.

Among other changes, you can expect improvements to Face Unlock feature, vibration and stability of the fingerprint sensor and Global Positioning System. Lastly, the company has optimised the battery usage of phone when it is connected to a Wifi network. There are also optimisations made for Wi-Fi battery usage, and the update also brings stability for fingerprint recognition and the Global Positioning System unit. You could try using your VPN to trick the server into getting it to download the update.

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