While most of us are still patiently waiting to get invites to buy the OnePlus Two, there are some lucky owners whose handsets have already begun receiving Oxygen OS 2.1 updates. The new update will bring some much awaited changes such as manual camera mode and RAW support for third party apps in addition to some bug fixes.
According to the announcement post on the Chinese company’s official forum, the OxygenOS 2.1.0 will reach only a small number of OnePlus Two users on the first day of its rollout, while a broader rollout will commence on day two. The update is going to be pretty exciting for photography enthusiasts, who will now have more control options with addition of manual camera mode. Also, the RAW support is now available for some third party camera apps.
OnePlus has also fixed some operational lags that users were facing in using airplane mode, and compatibility issues with some popular third party apps. After the update, users will also notice that they can now adjust the color tone of their screen’s display using a new color balance slider. The new update also brings Exchange support.
The OnePlus Two features a 5.5-inch 1080p display, Snapdragon 810 CPU, 4GB of RAM and 13-megapixel primary camera. On the software front, it runs Oxygen OS that is based on Android 5.1.