OnePlus 2 gets improved fingerprint recognition, camera enhancements
OnePlus is already rolling out another update for its new OnePlus 2, which promises to improve fingerprint recognition and bring camera enhancements. OxygenOS 2.0.2 also fixes a number of pesky bugs.
“We are listening to all of your concerns on the forums and social media, we’re committed to maintaining frequent updates to address your major pain-points without delay,” OnePlus says on its official forum.
The Chinese startup’s complete list of changes in this release include:
- Improvements to fingerprint recognition accuracy
- Resolves a bug that could cause volume to be muted unexpectedly
- Stability improvements to the front facing camera
- Camera preview UX improvements
There’s no mention of a fix for that strange home button problem we covered last week, unfortunately — and no acknowledgement of it, either. It’s still unclear whether this can be improved with a software update, or whether it is a hardware issue as suspected.
OnePlus does promise, however, that “more significant improvements” will be coming with OxygenOS 2.1, which is scheduled to arrive in mid-September.
In the meantime, OxygenOS 2.0.2 is rolling out to OnePlus 2 owners in phases, so those who already have their hands on the device can expect to see it soon.