Although OnePlus is now fully invested in only creating flagship devices, they are still continuing support for their beautiful one-off handset, the OnePlus X. Today, OnePlus has started rolling out a update to its OxygenOS in the form of version 2.2.2.
The newly released update won't bring the anticipated Marshmallow update, but will instead offer a variety of updates to various components and June security patches.
For more details, refer to the list below, which has been pulled from the OnePlus forums:
- Upgraded camera to version 1.4 UI
- Improved camera frame rate performance
- Added trusted face unlock security option
- Updated Swiftkey to version 6.3.3
- Updated carrier name mapping
- Added June security patches
- Fixed default SIM card selection issue
- Fixed network operator selection issue
- Fixed screen rotation issue
- General improvements and bug fixes
With Google's impending release of Android Nougat, one has to wonder how much longer it will be before users of the OnePlus X will have an up-to-date Android OS. It could take a while, considering that the OnePlus 2 only just received the update in June.
Source: OnePlus via Android Authority
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