A week after the OnePlus 2 went on sale in India the company has pushed out the first OTA update for Oxygen OS. This update brings a security patch for Stagefright, as well as other performance tweaks and bug fixes. Also Read - OnePlus - Oppo integration: What this partnership means for smartphone users?Also Read - Best wearable gift ideas under Rs 5,000 for Father's Day 2021
The huge update (1.1GB), takes the Oxygen OS to version 2.0.1. As seen in the above screenshot, the primary focus is on a patch for the Stagefright exploit. Furthermore, the update also brings fixes to issues with pinch zoom on photos, camera layout, SIM card import/export, and what the company says other general bug fixes .
The company also claims that the update will further improve the battery performance on the smartphone. This would be a boon for OnePlus 2 users, who have been complaining about the battery performance. Despite featuring a 3,300mAh battery, during our review we found that it lasted barely half a day.
As mentioned above, the OnePlus 2 went on sale via Amazon India last week and buyers will need to get an invite to be able to buy it. It is priced at Rs 24,999 for the 64GB variant. As far as specifications are concerned, the smartphone features a 5.5-inch 1080p display, Snapdragon 810 processor, and 4GB of RAM.
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It also features a 13-megapixel rear camera, 5-megapixel selfie snapper, and connectivity options like dual-SIM card slots, LTE support, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth. The StyleSwap covers Bamboo, Black Apricot, Rosewood, and Kevlar too have gone on sale via the e-commerce site, priced at Rs 1,699.