Android 8 Oreo Update For OnePlus 5T Resumes After It Was Suspended

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Android 8 Oreo Update For OnePlus 5T Resumes After It Was Suspended

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On the 30th of January OnePlus announced that an Android 8 Oreo update for the OnePlus 5T had begun. The update was due to arrive along with OxygenOS 5.0.2. However, due to some bugs, the rollout was suspended. Now, after swiftly working on the issues, the company has started rolling out OxygenOS 5.0.3 which also brings Android 8.09 Oreo update with it.

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This is is not the first time that an OEM had to suspend Android 8 Oreo rollout for its devices. Most notably, it has been smartphones with stock Android OS which have had a lot of issues. Xiaomi Mi A1 runs stock Android OS and after the initial Oreo update, the company had to suspend it due to a lot of complaints.

If you had already updated to OxygenOS 5.0.2, the new update weighs in at about 39MB. For users moving from Android 7 Nougat, the update will be much bigger in size.

OnePlus 5T Specifications

The OnePlus 5T has a 6-inch Full Optic AMOLED display with a 2160 x 1080 px resolution.

Under the hood, the OnePlus 5T has the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset, a 2.4GHz octa-core processor, 8GB of RAM, 128GB of onboard storage which cannot be expanded. Due to thin bezels, there is no place for a home button and the fingerprint sensor has now been shifted to the back of the phone and is placed right above OnePlus logo.

Powering the device is a 3300 mAh battery which supports OnePlus’ DashCharge technology. The OnePlus 5T also features facial recognition for unlocking the device. The alert slider retains its place at the top left side of the phone.

One big change in the OnePlus 5T is in the camera department. Unlike the OnePlus 5, the OnePlus 5T no longer has a secondary telephoto lens at the back. Instead, OnePlus has decided to focus on the device’s low-light photography capabilities. The cameras do not have OIS and OnePlus has decided to go for EIS on the dual camera setup at the back. The device has a 16MP camera with an f/1.7 aperture coupled with a 20MP sensor with the same f/1.7 aperture and field of view, ie no optical zoom. On the front is a 16MP camera with an f/2.0 aperture.

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