OnePlus' fourth (or fifth? I'm so confused) flagship phone is getting a new update. OxygenOS 4.5.10 is a bug fix release, but it covers some important areas like the system and camera stability. Not the most exciting, but you can find the changelog below.

Camera:

  • Photo noise reduction
  • Improved Camera stability
  • 60 fps video noise and texture improvements

Launcher:

  • Added country information of photographers in Shot on OnePlus

Phone:

  • Fixed accidental touches after hanging up
  • Improved Jio call functionality
  • Fixed display issue on calling screen

System:

  • Improved WiFi stability
  • Fixed clarity issue of videos taken by SnapShot app
  • Fixed display issue of new font
  • Fixed scrolling issue of Play Music

Like I said, it's mostly bug fixes and improvements, but we shouldn't discount an update simply because it doesn't bring a fresh coat of paint or shiny new feature.

Like it did with the 3 and 3T, the Chinese manufacturer is looking for user feedback to address any problems in the future. As is OnePlus' wont, OxygenOS 4.5.10 will be rolling out incrementally.