OxygenOS, the operating system which OnePlus built for its phones, will be getting a few new features in the coming days. The update, which begins rolling out to a small percentage of users now, will be OxygenOS 2.1 and it brings a manual mode to the camera and more. OnePlus hopes to start a broader rollout on Tuesday, September 22, but that is dependent on how the initial push goes. A full list of the changes found OxygenOS 2.1 include:
- We've added manual mode for all you photography enthusiasts. Hope this will give you more control for capturing that perfect moment.
- Raw support is now enabled for 3rd party camera apps that support this format
- There's a new color balance slider in Display for adjusting the color tone of your screen. You can now go warmer or cooler as you please.
- Added Exchange support.
- We fixed some issues that were causing problems with popular 3rd party apps.
- Telephony service improvements so you no longer get the lag when you turn on/off airplane mode.
If you don't receive the update right away, don't worry. OnePlus is staggering the rollout to prevent pushing buggy software to all of its users. If you have received the update, be sure to let us know what you think of it in the comments below.