OnePlus Reflects On Its Recent Promises, Makes New Ones

OnePlus has opened a new thread in its official forums section, and in that thread, the company basically summarized the first half of 2018, as far as updates and promises are concerned. The company hosted several Open Ears forums around the globe, and during those Open Ears forums, OnePlus promised certain improvements to consumers, well, the company refers to some of those promises in the aforementioned thread, while OnePlus also made some promises for the foreseeable future as well.

The company has promised to make the OnePlus 3 and 3T compatible with most 3rd party camera apps in the next update, as OnePlus did with the OnePlus 5 and 5T last year. OnePlus says that the camera app remembers HDR settings since OxygenOS 5.1.0, and that it is working on optimizing ‘collections’ in its Gallery application. OnePlus also said that it is working hard on improving ‘Panorama’ camera option, and that optimizations for the ‘oil painting effect’ are coming soon, first optimizations have arrived to the OnePlus 5 and 5T via the latest beta update, and will be pushed out in the next stable update as well. OnePlus also added that it has spent quite some time on improving its agents’ response, skill and knowledge in the last two months, and that it will work hard in order to improve the experience for consumers even more, as quite a few consumers complained about OnePlus customer service during the company’s Open Ears Forum in Sweden.

As far as OxygenOS is concerned, OnePlus reflected on the fact it introduced ‘Software Maintenance Schedule’ recently, and has also suggested that Android P will land later this year its devices. The company said that the accent color customization support is now available in the latest Open Beta build for the OnePlus 5 and 5T, and that it will be rolling out to its latest five devices in the next stable update. The company reflected on the fact that the Camera2 API is supported by most of its devices now, and that the OnePlus Switch app supports application data migration. There are some additional entries included in the company’s forum post, so if you’d like to see everything, follow the source link down below.

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