OnePlus 5 / 5T get new OxygenOS Open Betas with Google Lens support

by Michele Ingelido 0

A new update for OnePlus 5 and 5T has been rolled out in the Open Beta program. We are talking about the Open Beta 14 for the first device and the Open Beta 12 for the newest one. They are not big updates but they are still important as they improve the camera quality by trying to fix an annoying issue, and they also bring a new exciting feature.

Starting from the improvements, the update aims at reducing the oil painting effect which has been at the center of complaints in the last period. After this update, photos on the OnePlus 5 and 5T should be clearer in every scenario. Further, the update brings the Google Lens mode to both the handsets. It is possible to download the update either through the stock OTA manager or the Oxygen Updater application.

 

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Obviously, you can get it only if you adhered to the Open Beta program and it is not a stable and final build. Several betas are being pushed on the OnePlus 5 and 5T in the past few weeks. Among the most important ones, there is the one which recently brought the support to Project Treble which allows for faster updates by dividing the operating system into a core framework and company’s customizations.

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