The OnePlus 2 smartphone is still awaiting its Marshmallow update, but in the meantime owners can download the new Oxygen OS 2.1.2 build which has been released for it. This upgraded software brings with it several improvements which look to enhance the user experience furthermore.
The OTA download for the OnePlus 2 may have been launched already, but it happens to be an incremental rollout which means it may take some days to land on your smartphone. One of its key additions is a perked up UX for previewing images and videos in the Camera app.
The device’s performance during the installation and launching of apps will be seeing some some positive changes, while individual icon customization support will also be doled out for it. Moreover, Oxygen OS 2.1.2 even brings with it fixes for RAW format photographs that can only be clicked on the 2 smartphone via 3rd party camera apps at the moment.
OnePlus has laced this fresh update with compatibility for Russian and Turkish languages as well, apart from support for charging lockscreen wallpapers. Aside from from all this, regular security patches have been included, and so are general bug fixes and improvements to the overall performance of the handset.
A quick glance at the specs of the OnePlus 2:
– Display: 5.5-inch, 1080p full HD resolution
– OS: Oxygen OS (Android 5.1 Lollipop-based)
– CPU: 1.8GHz octa core Snapdragon 810 (64-bit)
– GPU: Adreno 430
– Memory: 3GB/4GB RAM, 16GB/64GB storage
– Cameras: 13MP rear with OIS, 5MP front
– Battery: 3300mAh
– Size: 151.8 x 74.9 x 9.85mm
– Weight: 175gms
The Chinese company’s second ever smartphone, the OnePlus 2 is being sold right now in exchange of Rs 25000 (64GB) via Amazon. A 16GB model costing Rs 23000 also exists, but is still to start selling in India.