OnePlus has announced that they will be rolling out a major camera update via OTA through OxygenOS 5.1.9 update and the Google Lens feature in its latest flagship smartphone OnePlus 6.
“We will be rolling out a significant camera update, based on community feedback, in the upcoming OxygenOS 5.1.9 software build. Additionally, in this build, we are happy to announce that Google Lens functionality will be available on the OnePlus 6’s native camera app”, said OnePlus in a press statement.
It’s been noted that the OnePlus 6 has delivered the best camera OnePlus has built to date. Even after achieving our best-ever DxoMark score of 96 on the software released with the device launch in May 2018, we believe in constantly refining the smartphone experience. With a proven track record of improving software over time, the camera of the OnePlus 6 is no exception.
DxOMark noted the OnePlus 6 has a fast and accurate autofocus, bright and vivid colors in all conditions, and good detail preservation capabilities. And we’re already making it even better.
OxygenOS 5.1.9 builds on the great photographic experience of the OnePlus 6 and further improves clarity, dynamic range, edge detection in portrait mode and overall focusing speed and accuracy.
Moreover, the integrated Google Lens Mode uses the phone camera to surface information about the objects through machine learning to provide more details and also provide relevant search tags.
They can use the camera to scan QR codes and use the image recognition tool to get more information about things like books, buildings, and works of art, by simply tapping on it. OnePlus 5 and 5T users can also expect to get the Google lens update via OTA soon.