OxygenOS 5.1.9 Comes with Camera Improvements for the OnePlus 6


OxygenOS is one of the cleanest iterations of Android on the market right now. The latest OxygenOS 5.1.9 update that is currently rolling out to the OnePlus 6 brings about quite a few improvements in the camera department along with a few others.

The update brings native Google Lens support to the camera. Earlier, the OP6 supported Google Lens via Google Assistant, but now it will work directly through the camera. An overall upgrade in the image quality is expected. The update brings beauty mode to the front camera’s portrait mode. The OP6 recently received a 96 pointer on DxOMark thus establishing its camera prowess. The update would definitely enhance the camera experience even more. The update includes security patches up to July 2018, bringing the OnePLus 6 at par with the Pixel devices.

Apart from this, the company has also brought general bug fixes and enhancements. One such enhancement is the addition of group MMS in its messaging app. Weighing at 324MB the update brings VoLTE and VoWiFi support for Telia Finland. Accidental triggering of gestures has also been addressed. WiFi and Bluetooth stability have also been optimised. The update will be rolled out over the air to all the eligible devices in the coming days.

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