It's been less than a month since the first Android Oreo Open Beta for the OnePlus 5 landed, and already the company is releasing its second beta. This beta update has brought numerous changes related to the file manager, launcher, system and camera. OnePlus 5 users can head over to the company's forum post and download the Open beta build 2. If you were experiencing either of those before then you'll definitely want to test out this new Open Beta as it will likely clear up those issues. However, it is important to read the manufacturer's official flashing instructions carefully before downloading the beta ROM on the smartphone. The OnePlus 5, launched in June this year, is slated to receive the stable OTA update for the latest version of Oxygen OS and Android Oreo soon. Although it doesn't bring in any new changes to the user interface or features, it fixes the major bug fixes. The camera application itself received some basic UI improvements and the file manager application received some speed improvements when deleting large files. In addition to the improvements and bug fixes, it also rolls out the Android security patch for November to the OnePlus 5 smartphone.
As for system changes, people get improvements in Reading mode, vibration and Bluetooth audio. Issues related to widgets and shortcuts, a reboot issue when using picture-in-picture and bugs related to parallel apps have also been fixed. This update also comes with November 2017 security patch fixes, still not December fixes.