Ahead of the official launch of the OnePlus 2, company boss Pete Lau has released a few night photos taken with the OP2 at night, and the results are might impressive.
The OnePlus One is a mighty package even when compared to phones launched this year, but it wasn’t completely perfect. The 13 mega-pixel camera, a Sony IMX214 sensor, is a good performer in general, but on the OPO low light images are a bit of a weakness.
As with most phones the less light there is the more noise the camera lets in, but for the OnePlus 2 things have been greatly improved and the results are very encouraging.
OP CEO, Pete Lau posted night photo samples taken with the OnePlus 2 on Weibo this morning showing the performance of the companies new flagship when compared to the iPhone 6. The few samples which were shared show that the OP2 captures a more natural light and seems to have less noise than the iP6 camera.
The photos below show the OP2 samples on the left and iPhone 6 on the right.
So far we understand the camera on the OP2 is a 13 mega-pixel sensor with F2.0 aperture and PDAF feature. As for the camera app we are unsure if these night photos are taken using the default mode or a special night mode or HD Photo mode as found in Oppo’s ColorOS that might have made its way across to the OP2.
More details of the OnePlus 2 on Gizchina soon, keep your eyes peeled.