OxygenOS 2.2.1 Brings RAW Support For Cam And More
OnePlus 2’s operating system recently got an update, Oxygen OS 2.2.1. This update isn’t major. It isn’t even bringing Android Marshmallow but yes, even though these are minor changes to the device, these changes cannot be ignored as your phone is improving overall. Read on for details about OnePlus 2 update.Advertisement
On Friday, OxygenOS 2.2.1 was announced by Allen, Project Manager, OxygenOS team. Along with the news of this update rolling out on OnePlus 2 phones, some of the improvements were also put down for these smartphone users. Here is the list:
- RAW support in OnePlus Camera
- Bluetooth compatibility improvement
- Ultra SIM compatibility improvement
- GMS 3.0 upgrade
- Improvement for roaming issues
- Fix for occasional image corruption issue in OnePlus Camera
- Security patch update
- Romanian language support
Given above is the list of improvements published by the OxygenOS’ Project Manager in the announcement post. No detailed information has been given on any of the changes that have been introduced with the OnePlus 2 update. But I guess, all of the above points are self-explanatory.
The important change to notice is the RAW support for the camera. This will definitely enhance the quality of your pictures and will add a touch of professionalism to your editing. With RAW support, image corruption issue has also been fixed. This will further enhance your camera experience. Speaking of the OnePlus two freezing issue, sri317, one of the users who installed the update commented on the post. He wrote, “Installed the update.. Fingerprint feels better, no lag as compared earlier. Not seen a major difference but feels good.” This post was later edited to inform the team about the freezing issue encountered again. The user to his comment added, “My Phone froze just after posting my reply.” Only if other OnePlus Two devices freeze can we say that the issue has not been solved with the update. Some of the devices can always be considered exceptions as they may have a virus or other problems of their own.
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