OnePlus 5 will get electronic video stabilization again via Android 10 upgrade

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Smartphone manufacturer OnePlus has resumed the Android 10 upgrade for its three-year-old smartphones 5 and 5T. The new upgrade, OxygenOS 10.0.1, adds back electronic stabilization for smoother videos.

The upgrade will come out first for the OnePlus 5 and the 5T will follow soon, OnePlus says. It is an ota update. Version 10.0 was released in May, but due to a bug, the offering of the upgrade stopped. Now the bug has been fixed and the new version is ready. The addition of electronic image stabilization is also new, as it was still under development with the previous release. The OnePlus 5 already had that, but the 10.0 release took that away.

This is an ota update that will only be available for a limited number of users on Wednesday. The update will be more widely available in the coming days. The arrival of Android 10 to the OnePlus 5 and 5T was announced by the manufacturer in October last year.

Then the manufacturer named the second quarter of this year as the release period. In September last year, OnePlus already provided the 7 devices with Android 10 and in November it was the turn of the OnePlus 6 and 6T. The OnePlus 5 was released in the spring of 2017, while the 5T followed in the fall of the same year.

Update, 9:07 PM: The OP5 already had a requirement, but 10.0 release took that away, AnonymousWP noted.

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