OnePlus has started rolling out a new OS update to its OnePlus 5 smartphone that brings several new features onboard. The update brings the OxygenOS version to 4.5.14.

As a part of the new OxygenOS version, OnePlus has finally brought the support for Airtel VoLTE for Indian users. In addition to this, the Canadian OnePlus 5 users get support for band 66 of Freedom.

One of the most crucial fixes that come as a part of OxygenOS 4.5.14 is for the Wi-Fi WPA2 security issue, which recently made into the news as the ‘Krack’ attack.

For those unaware, Krack Attack was in news last month. Using this, hackers in a physical range from the Wi-Fi router can easily hack into them and gather data from any device connected to it.

Furthermore, the OS update optimises battery usage in some cases along with GPS accuracy. All this comes in addition to general bug fixes.

The OnePlus OxygenOS 4.5.14 is incremental so not all users will get it at once.

 OnePlus recently made its way into the news for its upcoming smartphone, the OnePlus 5T. The handset has been confirmed to arrive by the company CEO Pete Lau. He has also confirmed that the device will sport a 3.5mm headphone jack.
According to him, 70% members in the OnePlus community said that they prioritise sound quality. In addition, Lau thinks that wireless earbuds “aren’t there yet to provide the same quality of audio.” Hence, the company took the decision to include the 3.5mm headphone jack.
He also said that although including a USB Type-C would have given them the freedom to further slim down the OnePlus 5T, according to the company’s assessment it was not worth the trade-off.
He did, however, say that wireless audio technology has a lot of potentials and at any point, users can connect the OnePlus 5T smartphone with a wireless headphone and get going.