I guess one of the advantages of having a handset made by a company with so few products is that their developers get to spend a whole heap of time fixing any bugs. Today Oneplus have started rolling out a second incremental update for their latest device with a promise of a more substantial update to come mid September.
In OxygenOS 2.0.2, you’ll find the following:
- 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
A 2.1 update with more significant improvements is on its way and currently scheduled for mid-September.
As well as today’s update the company has started working through the invite backlog with a bit of vigor this week, with 24 account linked invites hitting ordinary customers emails.