OnePlus 2 OxygenOS 2.2.1 update brings RAW photo support, but no Marshmallow7
Smartphone photography enthusiasts already know the advantages of RAW photo support, but what you should know about the RAW standard is that it serves a full representation of the image captured by the camera sensor (hence its name). Other formats compress the image to make it smaller.
Aside from bringing RAW photo support to the OnePlus 2, OxygenOS 2.2.1 also patches bugs related to roaming, Bluetooth and Ultra SIM compatibility, and image corruption. Furthermore, the new version of the OS also patches some known security bugs.
It's always nice to see smartphone makers introducing new features through software updates. As such, we can only applaud OnePlus for bringing RAW photography support to its second-gen flagship killer, although an update to Android 6.0 Marshmallow would have been more important for OnePlus 2 owners. The manufacturer previously said that OnePlus 2 owners should expect a Marshmallow update by the end of Q1 2016, which ends in 27 days.