The OnePlus 2 is receiving an update for its OxygenOS which will bring a slew of useful enhancements. Though there is something for everyone, one of the update’s major improvements includes a RAW support to be incorporated in the device’s camera.
This OS update will bring it up to OxygenOS 2.2.1 and since its not really a major upgrade, it will mostly feature some minor tweaks and enhancements to make your handset experience even more enjoyable. For instance, the update has improved Bluetooth compatibility to reduce the connection issues that frustrates users. Improvements are also seen in the Ultra SIM as well as a nice upgrade to the GMS 3.0. A few roaming bugs have also been addressed, with the recurring ‘occasional corrupted image’ bug which occurred during taking photos being fixed as well.
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Based on what your interests, the added ability of taking pictures of RAW quality or the security patch update are perhaps your favorite things about this update. The extra security patch includes the Google’s February security update, which makes the OnePlus 2 relatively up to date in terms of security. Although the update rollout is still in its initial stages, the update will soon hit your device in the coming days.
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