OnePlus has released yet another firmware update for the OnePlus 5, which focuses on improving the handset’s camera performance while both shooting high-resolution images and recording 60fps video.
The firm has also fixed a number of frustrating bugs customers were experiencing, including a glitch that resulted in Wi-Fi dropping when navigating the internet or streaming a video.
Like usual, I have a complaint
One thing I’ve noticed since installing the update, however, is that the camera now stutters when switching between shooting modes and navigating into the standalone gallery application.
But that’s something for OnePlus to sort out in its next update, I guess.
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