THis week it was revealed that OnePlus are going to be rolling out a new update to their latest flagship smartphone, the OnePlus 5.

One of the biggest issues with the OnePlus 5 is the camera, particularly the lack of video stabilisation. With this update, OnePlus will be making 4K video recording more stable on the OnePlus 5, making the smartphone better for anyone who wants to record on the go.

The phone supported Electronic Image Stabilisation for video recording since it was first launched, but that was only for Full HD video recording.

With this new software update, they will add that for 4K video recording too.

This isn’t something that normally happens with smartphones because it is very processor heavy, however, OnePlus say that the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor is strong enough for it, that has yet to be deemed of course.

That said, the Google Pixel and Pixel XL are also capable of stabilising 4K video recording.

And that’s not all this upcoming OnePlus 5 update will bring, it will also bring a number of bugfixes, a new security patch and a brand new font for users to choose for their phone’s UI.

It is rolling out from today, so if you haven’t seen it yet you should see it soon.

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