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  Reply # 1970549 7-Mar-2018 12:35
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I was expecting faster stable OS releases. Mine is till on December 2017 security level. Daughter's Nokia 8 is on February 2018 security level and gets two updates a month.





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  Reply # 1970550 7-Mar-2018 12:38
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freitasm:

 

I was expecting faster stable OS releases. Mine is till on December 2017 security level. Daughter's Nokia 8 is on February 2018 security level and gets two updates a month.

 

 

Betas normally get 1 or 2 update a month, stable normally 1 every 3 months or so.  However things always slow down this time of year with them as the Chinese new year throws it all out the window.

 

Beta has not been updated for over a month now.


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  Reply # 1971425 8-Mar-2018 21:16
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Damn, looks like the OP6 will have a Top Notch afterall - bummer.

 

According the bench marking screen caps I've seen today, it looks to sport a 19:9 aspect ratio.

 

I wonder how much different it's going to look compared to the Oppo R15. 


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  Reply # 1971427 8-Mar-2018 21:17
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OnePlus tend to be a lot better CPU and ram then Oppo. Oppo are mid range while OnePlus are flagships



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  Reply # 1971478 8-Mar-2018 22:42
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Think I’ll wait the 3-4 months for OP6 now. Will likely have the new snapdragon processor that s9 has and better camera. I can live with a notch.

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  Reply # 1972024 9-Mar-2018 17:37
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Malingo: Think I’ll wait the 3-4 months for OP6 now. Will likely have the new snapdragon processor that s9 has and better camera. I can live with a notch.


I'm considering the OP6 as well but might just get the S9 if it gets a fully functional AOSP ROM (thanks to Treble).


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  Reply # 1972776 11-Mar-2018 19:08
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Just downloading 8.1 OTA update, security patch 02/18

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  Reply # 1972780 11-Mar-2018 19:12
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Downloading here as well

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  Reply # 1972781 11-Mar-2018 19:14
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It's a full download at over 1.6gigs

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  Reply # 1972826 11-Mar-2018 20:36
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Nothing here yet - still on A5010_43_180223...


It's the beta path.
If you are not on the beta firmware you won't get it for a while.

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  Reply # 1972829 11-Mar-2018 20:39
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Ah... People should note this when posting "Downloading!"


No, not in the beta.


You should jump to beta. I have never had an issue with the betas as long as you do a system cache wipe after you update.

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  Reply # 1997650 17-Apr-2018 10:44
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Is anyone else having a problem with the stock camera on the OP5T? Recently every now and again I hit the shutter and the camera app crashes and I get 'Unknown error' on the home screen. Seems like there are a few instances on the OP forums of this, but no fix. I contacted their support and they suggested downgrading to OxygenOS 5.0.3, which seems to have reduced the problem but hasn't completely eliminated it. Maybe there's something in 5.1.0. Or perhaps a hardware fault... hmmm...

 

 

 

 

 

 


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