OnePlus 5 OTA for Oxygen OS 5.0/Android 8.0 Oreo has started...

[Update: Downloads posted] OnePlus 5 OTA for Oxygen OS 5.0/Android 8.0 Oreo has started rolling out

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OnePlus has now added the following note to the update’s forum page: Edit: Because of a bug on Oxygen 5.0, we have cancelled its global release. And we’re preparing for

And it’s back on again. This time it’s v5.0.1, and the only extra changes are: Apparently, the update is

If you don’t see the update, and you couldn’t or didn’t manually download it from one of the links at OnePlus’ forums, official images were posted by OnePlus just yesterday.

Merry (early) Christmas, OnePlus 5 owners. Oxygen OS 5.0 is now out of beta for the OnePlus 5. Not only do you get to enjoy a holiday taste of Android 8.0 Oreo, but this update also includes the latest security patches for December. The OTA is incrementally rolling out now so it could be a while before you see it, though. 
OnePlus announced the news at around 10AM today (though the thread on OnePlus’ forums has a publication date of Friday the 22nd, the announcement didn’t actually go up until today). The update clocks in at around 1587MB, so maybe connect to Wi-Fi before downloading it. The full changelog for this update is below:

Updated to Android O (8.0)
Optimizations for Shelf
Now you can upload your photo through Shot on OnePlus

New Camera UI design
Optimizations for photo quality
Added beauty effect for Portrait Mode

Added “Places” tab for viewing photos on a map

Added history feature

Added alarm calendar feature

Added Parallel Apps feature
New design for Quick Settings
New design for Lift up display
Added “Adaptive model” screen calibration
Optimizations for Wi-Fi
Optimizations for Battery Saver
Updated Android security patch to December

Outside the update to Android 8.0 Oreo, the other changes included in the OTA are smaller, and we’ve covered most of the features individually in previous updates. You can check out our coverage for the Gallery update, recent camera tweaks, and Parallel Apps if you’d like to see more.

Article originally published at: Android Police