Ever since OnePlus and Cyanogen agreed to no longer work with each other, the former has decided to build their own Android operating system dubbed OxygenOS. This is the operating system that has come installed by default on the OnePlus 2, and for photography enthusiasts, the latest OxygenOS update is one you might be interested in.
According to a recent post on OnePlus’ forums, it has been announced the OxygenOS 2.1 has been released and should be making its way onto devices as we speak. According to the change log, there are some pretty big updates that photographers might appreciate. This includes a manual mode for better overall control over the camera app.
There is also RAW support enabled for 3rd party camera apps, although OnePlus does note that there are still some apps that can’t access the RAW format so that’s something they’re looking into. Other than that, there are the obvious bug fixes and various general improvements made to the phone.
There is also the ability to adjust the color tone of your screen, allowing users to go warmer or cooler depending on preference. The company has also added Exchange support, and OnePlus has also addressed the issue of lag when switching between normal mode and airplane mode.