Today a new firmware update for the OnePlus One started rolling out, albeit slowly. It’s expected to have reached all the devices out there by the end of this week and it brings with it the absolute latest version of Android – 4.4.4.
Alongside that and many bug fixes, there’s also a new camera feature called Clear Image which stitches together 10 individual shots for a final “super high-res photo”.
This is said to improve clarity, reduce noise in low light, and add detail through interlacing and compression algorithms. And apparently it even minimizes file sizes while maximizing quality.
The new software will take your OnePlus One to CyanogenMod version 11.0-XNPH30O. A new, colder color calibration for the screen is included, as well as fixes for the accidental activation of off-screen gestures while the phone is in your pocket.
Here’s the full list of other fixes and improvements contained within this update:
• Updated to new versions of Google apps
• Capacitive touch keys supported in the recovery mode
• Increased capacitive button illumination
• Improved overall stability
• Fixed issues with vibration being disabled during Quiet Hours
• Fixed lockscreen not updating the track information during music playback
• Fixed microphone volume for all formats in the Voice Recorder app
• Fixed “OK, Google” not triggering voice search in Google Now
• Fixed Viber calls not working
• Fixed battery percent not updating in custom lock screens
• Fixed PicasaSync
• Fixed Camera “O” gesture activating lockscreen instead of triggering camera
• Fixed wallpapers not applying in full screen, taking the wrong size when cropping, etc.
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