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OnePlus 2 gets RAW camera support

OnePlus 2 flagship killer handset now gets RAW camera support via software update
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OxygenOS 2.2.1 also brings Bluetooth and Ultra SIM compatibility improvements, Romanian language support, as well as the usual security updates.

Next to the usual security updates and minor improvements, OnePlus continues to enhance its handsets by adding features that were missing. Now, the time has come for RAW camera support to be added via a firmware update that brings the current OxygenOS version up to 2.2.1. Unfortunately, this new firmware only targets the OnePlus 2.

According to the official post on OnePlus' forum about this update, next to the RAW support, its highlights also include:

  • Bluetooth and Ultra SIM compatibility improvements
  • improvements for roaming issues
  • GMS 3.0 upgrade
  • occasional image corruption in OnePlus Camera fix
  • Romanian language support
  • security patches

As it usually happens, this is an update that rolls out in stages and, since it was only unleashed yesterday, a lot of handsets did not display the notification yet. If in a hurry, their owners can use the manual check by going to Settings>About phone>System updates>System updates>Update Now.

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Codrut Nistor, 2016-03- 5 (Update: 2016-03- 5)
Codrut Nistor
Codrut Nistor - News Editor
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