A week ago, OnePlus announced its latest beta for the OnePlus 5T. Now, the update has gone live, arriving over-the-air for the handset, offering improvements, additions, and more.
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The OnePlus team has just released a new update for its Android Oreo Open Beta that brings improvements and new features to the handset. The update comes in at 435MB and can be download OTA.
Since its inception, OnePlus has pushed the boundaries and its latest 5T is no different. The device is priced far lower than the competition, but are owners of the handset forced to settle for less?
Despite the crowning feature of the OnePlus 5T being its 18:9 AMOLED display, it still has a few other things to offer that makes it stand apart, with Face Unlock being one such example.
OnePlus has always produced handsets that offer the best bang for the buck, but it has been known to cut corners. After a few days, we now have our first impressions of its latest, the OnePlus 5T.
OnePlus is now rolling out the OxygenOS 4.7.4 for the OnePlus 5T, which introduces a handful of improvements and bug fixes, including optimized camera UI, lower battery consumption, and much more.
Although the OnePlus 5T made its debut a couple weeks ago, it wasn't available for sale in all regions. The handset has now been made available in China and also comes in a new Lava Red variant.
OnePlus is clearly proud of its Dash Charge feature and has published a new video that shows just how much faster the OnePlus 5T can charge compared to the iPhone 8 Plus, Galaxy S8+, and Pixel 2 XL.
OnePlus stated that the Face Unlock feature from the 5T wouldn't be arriving on the OnePlus 5. But, a leaked Android 8.0 beta for the phone shows the feature and it has been confirmed to be working.
OnePlus is taking a stand on Black Friday pricing, mockingly discounting its 5T handset by $0.01. The firm states that it has priced its device fairly so you don't have to look for deals.
A few days after its release, OnePlus has released an update for its latest handset, the OnePlus 5T, offering up some improvements to its fingerprint reader, face unlock feature, and much more.
A couple days after its launch, OnePlus is already taking the feedback it has received, and looking to improve the experience of the handset with an update that is set to arrive in December.
OnePlus held an AMA on its forums and offered some insight on the future of its handsets. A detail revealed is that the firm has plans to bring Android 8.1 to the OnePlus 3 and 3T.
Last week, OnePlus announced its latest handset, the 5T, and gave fans a chance to interact with the unit at its event in New York. Today, it has released the smartphone for sale to the public.
Today, OnePlus introduced its latest flagship handset, the 5T. It improves upon the OnePlus 5 with a better display, camera, and more. It moves the fingerprint reader to the back, and has Face Unlock.
During its OnePlus 5T event, the company dropped some nice nuggets of information in regards to the Android 8.0 Oreo updates that would be arriving on both the OnePlus 5 and 5T before year's end.
OnePlus finally showed off its latest handset, the OnePlus 5T. The firm dazzled the crowd at its Brooklyn, NY event and also made the surprise announcement, with a price starting at $499.
If the image gallery of the OnePlus 5T wasn't enough, you can now watch a full unboxing of the handset that appears to have been released early. You'll get a brief look at the device, cases, and more.
We are a week away from the launch event of the OnePlus 5T but it looks like we might be getting an early sneak peek at the handset. A new set of images of hit the web, giving us our best look yet.
If you were interested in attending the OnePlus 5T launch event, tickets are now officially on sale. Before you purchase, you might want to know the details of the event, which are now available.
The OnePlus 5T will make its debut next week. While there was an earlier report stating that the price of the handset could match its predecessor, CEO Pete Lau has chimed in with a cryptic message.
The OnePlus 5T is on the horizon and the firm is slowly revealing details about the handset before its launch. The company's CEO has shed some light on the decision to omit wireless charging.
A new report apparently shows that the upcoming OnePlus 5T might not get a price bump when it is released on November 16. Traditionally, we have seen the firm raise the price of its successors.
OnePlus is going to hold a launch event for its next handset, the OnePlus 5T. If you're a fan of the brand or its products, you'll be able to attend, but only if you purchase a ticket for $40.
After teasing the arrival of a new handset, OnePlus has finally revealed some important details about the upcoming OnePlus 5T, like its announcement date and when it will go on sale.
The rumors have been swirling for nearly a month that a successor to the OnePlus 5 is on the horizon. Now, the firm could be teasing an aspect of the phone that will be retained in its next iteration.
OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei has teased something new using his Twitter account. Presumably, it is an image that is taken with the upcoming and yet unannounced OnePlus 5T set to arrive in November.
The OnePlus 5 successor is coming, but the big question of when has so far been a mystery. Now, a new leaked image shows off a slide that foreshadows a potential debut of the handset on November 16.
If you wanted to get a glimpse of the OnePlus 5T prior to its debut, it looks like a new image of the handset has surfaced that shows off the front in full, revealing its near bezel-less design.
From the start of this month, there have been plenty of leaks surfacing in regards to a successor for the OnePlus 5. Now, a trusted source has revealed a teaser image of the unannounced OnePlus 5T.
Earlier in the week, a render surfaced showing off the alleged successor to the OnePlus 5. Now, a new render has made its way online, giving us another look at the handset, albeit in black.
According to a new report, OnePlus could be preparing a successor to the OnePlus 5 in the form of the OnePlus 5T. The handset will allegedly offer a 6-inch near bezel-less 18:9 display.