While Samsung is still in the works over releasing the latest Android version (the Oreo 8.0) to users of its high-end devices, especially the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ units, OnePlus is doing a good job on its own end. As you might know, the smartphone company started to roll out the update to this software to users of the OnePlus 5T sometimes last month. That update was rolled out as the OxygenOS 5.0.2, but had to be stopped midway due to some instability and performance issues.
The company has worked in the update like they promised and have now commenced the rollout to customers again. To separate the old one from the fresh update, users can now get the stable version as OxygenOS 5.0.3.
There is not much to look at in the changelog, as they remain pretty much the same as what we saw last time. However, you can still peep the changelog to see some of the issues fixed on the old software rolled out. If you are yet to get yours, patiently wait for the OTA update.
As usual, such updates could take longer to arrive on some devices than others. If you are feeling impatient though, head over to your Settings menu and manually request the update. If it is available for your region, it should come up.