OnePlus has confirmed that the next update for its OxygenOS is on its way, albeit in a limited rollout to start.
On September 21, the manufacturer behind the OnePlus 2 confirmed that OxygenOS 2.1.0 is now rolling out as an over-the-air (OTA) update, and that it is now finding its way to a small number of handsets out in the wild. If the rollout goes on without a hitch, the company will broaden the update release tomorrow, September 22.
As far as what’s new, one of the major new additions is manual mode for the camera, which will give those that want more control over the process of taking photos just that. On top of that, RAW support is now added for third-party camera applications that already support the format.
OnePlus also included a color balance slider for the display, which will allow owners to either give a warmer or cooler tone to their screen. Exchange support is added as well.
The rest of the update is geared towards software improvements, tweaks, and otherwise squashing the bugs that might have caused some issues for some owners.
If you own a OnePlus 2, are you looking forward to this update?