OnePlus has announced on its forums that the next update for the OnePlus 2 is rolling out incrementally from today. Customers using the “2016 flagship killer” will be receiving OxygenOS 2.2.1 as an OTA update at some point over the coming days or weeks. Sadly, it’s not the Marshmallow-powered update, but it does come with some handy new features.
Without doubt the most important is the ability to capture and save RAW images from the camera. This should mean OP2 users’ photos will gain an immediately obvious improvement in sharpness and quality. It also comes with an up-to-date security patch, Romanian language support and a bunch of other small improvements.
The following improvements and additions are included in the OxygenOS 2.2.1:
- RAW support in OnePlus Camera
- Bluetooth compatibility improvement
- Ultra SIM compatibility improvement
- GMS 3.0 upgrade
- Improvement for roaming issues
- Fix for occasional image corruption issue in OnePlus Camera
- Security patch update
- Romanian language support
The post doesn’t mention how big the update is, but we don’t imagine it’ll be too hefty. It should show up as on OTA shortly if you have the device, if not, check in your settings manually for updates.