Thursday, 28 December 2017

OxygenOS 4.7.6 for OnePlus 5T brings camera improvements, December security patch, assistive lighting for face unlock and more

OnePlus has rolled out a new update to its near bezel-less flagship OnePlus 5T in the form of OxygenOS 4.7.6, which brings improvements related to performance, security, camera and some other functions .

The update adds assistive lighting to face unlock, which can be useful in low-light situations. In case the face unlock feature (via camera) is not able to recognize your face, the screen will light up to help the camera recognize your face. This feature can be enabled from the Face unlock settings.

As for the camera, the update brings stability improvements and improves the clarity of selfies images in low-lights. There are also performance improvements for third party camera apps.

Most importantly, the update brings the latest December 2017 Android security patch. Lastly, the update also brings improvements to expanded screenshot and WiFi display. You can check out the change log below: 

  • Stability improvements
  • Clarity improvements for selfie in low light
  • Performance improvements for 3rd party camera apps
  • Added assistive lighting for face unlock
  • Improvements for expanded screenshot
  • Improvements for Wi-Fi display
  • Updated Android security patch to December
The update weighs at 96MB in size and is rolling out over-the-air. The rollout will be incremental, which means only a small percentage of OnePlus 5T users will get the update today, followed by a broader roll out over the next few days. 

In related news OnePlus has confirmed that it will start beta testing Oreo for the OnePlus 5T soon. Sadly an exact date is not known, but it should happen really soon.

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