OnePlus on Monday started rolling out its next OxygenOS update for the OnePlus 2 smartphone. The OTA update bumps the smartphone's OS version from v2.0.1 to v2.1.0 and brings new features for the camera, display settings, and other sections.
The OxygenOS 2.1.0 features a new manual camera mode for the handset alongside the raw image format support for third-party camera apps. The company says it is still facing few reports of raw format not being supported in third-party camera apps and is actively working on it.
It also includes a new colour balance slider under the display settings to let OnePlus 2 users adjust the colour tone of the screen. Improved telephony services is also included "so you no longer get the lag when you turn on/ off airplane mode." Inclusion of Exchange support alongside few bug fixes causing problems with third-party apps have also been rolled out with the OxygenOS 2.1.0.
Announced on the OnePlus forum, the OxygenOS 2.1.0 was rolled out to "a small percentage of users" on Monday. However, the firm said the update would see a broader roll out starting Tuesday.
OnePlus 2 last got its OxygenOS v2.0.2 update earlier this month. The update included several bug fixes, as well as improvements to fingerprint recognition accuracy. Other features that came with the OS version were fix for a bug that caused volume to be muted unexpectedly; stability improvements to the front facing camera, and some camera preview UX improvements.