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OnePlus 2, the latest flagship of its series, lately got updated to version 2.2.1 of OxygenOS, the Android-based specially crafted operating system.

The main attraction point of this update is the support that the OEM offers for RAW photography, which joins the usual bug fixes and general improvements. This is not to say that polishing former issues of OxygenOS is a bad thing, but the camera feature is quite important.

Those who love taking photos with their smartphones are aware that RAW photo support guarantees better photos. That is because when you snap images in RAW format, you record the full representation that is captured on the sensor. In comparison, when you shoot in .jpg mode, the handset compresses the photos, thus reducing their quality.

Should you plan to use professional (or specialized) photo-editing apps on your smartphone-captures, RAW should be your first choice. As the image is taken in true size and you will avoid the noise that comes packed with compression in smaller file formats.

The image targeted update is not the only good thing that comes from OxygenOS 2.2.1. Bugs that messed around with Bluetooth, Ultra SIM, image corruption and use of roaming got fixed. A GSM 3.0 update is also in store, alongside Romanian language support.

What is more, the latest OS variant takes care of a few notorious security vulnerabilities.

Another notable addition to the camera of the OnePlus 2 is the manual mode for its camera. The bundling of RAW photography support and manual mode is set to appeal to the increasing number of phone photography aficionados.

Read More: Techtimes

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