Here’s how OnePlus aims to improve OxygenOS in 2021
Despite the challenges of 2020, OnePlus had one of its busiest years ever, releasing a huge lineup of new products highlighted by the OnePlus 8 and OnePlus Nord. As the company looks toward the new year, it took a moment to shed some light on how it plans to improve OxygenOS in 2021.
In a forum post on Wednesday, OnePlus reflected on the last 12 months, highlighting the success of its Open Ears Forums, which allows the company to open a direct dialog with users about OxygenOS. The post talks about some of the things OnePlus users inspired the company to develop, like automatic theme switching and a refreshed shelf design.
But there are more improvements on the way, which we’ve summarized here:
>> Work in progress to optimize inconsistency between lens and AWB
>> Fixed HDR portrait halo – Done (Need to upgrade to HDR4.0)
>> Adding smart capture when shooting kids – Already under closed beta testing
Audio & Accessories
>> Will keep optimizing sound tweaking
>> Active noise reduction is under evaluation