OnePlus 2 gets updated to Oxygen OS 2.1.0, manual camera mode included
As OnePlus itself is mentioning, the new software update is a "sizable" one that's "full of bug fixes and improvements", bringing Oxygen OS to version 2.1.0 (the previously released version was 2.0.2).
The Oxygen OS 2.1.0 update comes with several important photography related enhancements, including manual mode (so you can take better control of how photos are shot), and RAW support for third-party apps. Speaking of third-party apps, the update also fixes unnamed issues that "were causing problems" with some of the most popular ones. Other novelties include Exchange support, a new color balance slider to adjust the screen color tone (from warm to cold), and telephony service improvements.
Earlier this month, when we reviewed the OnePlus 2, we found it less impressive compared to last year's OnePlus One, so any software updates that are making it a better device are more than welcome.