OnePlus last month rolled out OxygenOS 2.2.0 for its latest smartphone, the OnePlus X. However, after the OTA update some users reported image corruption issues with the handset. To resolve the issue the Chinese tech company on Friday started rolling out a hotfix for the OnePlus X camera.
The announcement comes from a OnePlus forum administrator. "We are pushing out a hotfix for the image corruption issue some of you have been seeing with the OnePlus Camera after the last update. Sorry for the inconvenience this has caused, we expect to see this issue fully resolved with this update," the admin posted on the company forum.
It has been added that since the update is incremental, it will take some time to reach all the OnePlus X smartphones. It is worth mentioning that the OTA update will keep the handset at OxygenOS 2.2.0 and will weigh 9.5MB.
OnePlus X earlier this month went invite-free in India. The move follows company's decision from last week to make available OnePlus X in many other regions sans invite. Users in India can purchase the OnePlus X handset from Amazon India without the trouble of obtaining an invite - which again required participation in different online promotions or a seemingly endless waiting list. As part of the move, users will be able to purchase any of the OnePlus X variant - Onyx Black, Champagne Gold, and limited edition Ceramic. The OnePlus X smartphone was launched in India at a price point of Rs. 16,999 for the Onyx variant, and Rs. 22,999 for the limited edition Ceramic variant.