The newly launched OnePlus 5 has already witnessed a slew of firmware upgrades. Now, the company has released yet another update for the OnePlus 5 in the form of OxygenOS v.4.5.10. However, the new update happens to be a minor one, and mostly focuses on the improving the handset’s camera functionality.

OnePlus stated in the patch notes that the new update reduces photo and 60fps video noise, improves camera stability, and brings texture improvements.

Elsewhere, the update also fixes accidental touches after hanging up as well fixes issue on calling screen. The update also brings several system fixes which include improved Wi-Fi stability, display issue of the new font, and scrolling issue of Play Music.

Below you can find the complete patch notes of OxygenOS v.4.5.10:


Photo noise reduction
Improved Camera stability
60 fps video noise and texture improvements
Added country information of photographers in Shot on OnePlus


Fixed accidental touches after hanging up
Improved Jio call functionality
Fixed display issue on calling screen
System fixes:
Improved WiFi stability
Clarity issue of videos taken by SnapShot app
Display issue of new font
Scrolling issue of Play Music

As is the usually the case with OTA updates, not all OnePlus users would get the update as its being rolled out in phases. Hence, you’ll have to wait just a little longer before the update finally arrives on your OnePlus 5 handset.