Thanks to the update, the camera of the device can now shoot in RAW format, which will most probably make those photography enthusiasts that own a OnePlus One happier than usual. The overall responsiveness of the touchscreen will also be affected in a rather positive way, but arguably the most important among the improvements that the update totes is the improved battery life. A new lockscreen and an ANT+ support also arrive aboard.
Audiophiles have not been forgotten – the firmware update also endows the OnePlus One with improved audio-playback capabilities. The device will now play 24-bit, 96KHz/192KHz high-quality "*.flac", "*.alac", and "*.wav" audio files without resampling them, thus keeping the original quality of said tracks intact.
- Added method for users to report bugs directly to Cyanogen.
- Added pause button during video recording.
- Fixed issues with camera exposure compensation stuck in ‘auto’.
- Fixed issues with ‘4G Preferred’ option not connecting to 3G data.
- Fixed issues with delay in torch activation.
- Fixed issues with unresponsive screen requiring reboot.
- Fixed issues with static in speaker when changing volume while headset plugged in.
- Fixed issues with rotation not triggering when rotated slowly.
- Fixed issues with Quiet Hours / system UI causing battery drain on last day of month.
- Fixed issues with camera not starting when LED torch is already on.
- Fixed issues with Bluetooth volume low on connection.
source: OnePlus via Android Central