OnePlus has started rolling out the first over-the-air update for Android-based Oxygen OS that runs on the company's recently launched 2 smartphone. It's been a week since the OnePlus 2 went on sale in India, and it receives an update to Oxygen OS version 2.0.1.
This update has been pushed out to cover a security patch for Stagefright. Apart from this, the new version also brings performance improvements and bug fixes.
The update essentially adds a patch for the Stagefright security exploit. Also, the company claims that the updated software version will bring battery performance improvements, as well as is meant for better user interface. Furthermore, it will fix an issue related to pinch-to-zoom in Google Photos, and works on the bug due to which Dark Mode would cause instability in certain apps.
The update also brings solution to the problem that users faced while importing or exporting contacts stored on SIM card.
Additionally, with this update, OnePlus 2 will get support for global carrier APNs. Apart from these, the company says that the update brings other big fixes and improvements.
The update is 1.1GB in size, and will be rolled out in phases, which mean that it may take it some time to reach your device.
To recap, the OnePlus 2 is the successor of the company's OnePlus One which was touted as the flagship killer and did very well in the market. The new variant has a 5.5-inch 1080p display, Snapdragon 810 processor, 4GB of RAM, a 13-megapixel rear camera, and 5-megapixel selfie snapper.
It comes with USB-C type and offers 4G LTE support over several bands. The phone is available via Amazon in India, and can be bought through an invite only process. The phone has been launched for Rs 24,999 for the 64GB variant.