OxygenOS 3.5 – A Review of OnePlus Nord 2

The OnePlus Nord 2 is the next smartphone from the popular Oxygen corporation, the first being the Oxygen Plus. The Oxygen Plus is one of the Android handsets which have taken the mobile world by storm. However, it also has met with resistance from some quarters, particularly in terms of its design. The good thing about the model is that it manages to retain the form factor of its predecessors while at the same time introducing some new features and the latest Oxygen software into the mix.

One of the most striking features of the Oneplus 2 is its camera. The phone senses and automatically optimizes facial features for a little less self-centric selfies. A neat new feature called Fast Charge lets you get battery life for your smartphone even faster by allowing it to double the battery life of an older handset. This Oxygen smartphone also comes with a USB cable as well, so you can charge your phone without using any conventional cable or accessory.

For those who love taking pictures the moment is always ripe for the taking, but for those who would like to capture a video or a few seconds of action then the low-light mode is what you should use. With the low-light mode on the OnePlus 2, you get to take photos and videos in the clearest outdoor light possible. You get a five megapixel main camera coupled with a five megapixel secondary camera on the rear for clicking shots. The moment and motion detection in the low light mode of the OnePlus 2 allow for photos to be taken in extremely low light situations.

The second major feature of the device is the Adreno processor. The OnePlus Nord 2 comes with a quad-core 1.4 GHz Mediatek CPU and the phone comes with a powerful yet intuitively easy to use interface, thanks to the Oxygen OS 3.5. The Oxygen OS allows for users to interact with the phone in a multitude of different ways. One of the most popular modes that has been used by many people is the Android Market. You can browse and buy apps and games in this intuitive interface. The OnePlus Nord 2 comes with a front camera as well, which will allow you to take selfies or videos. OnePlus Nord 2

The last major feature that makes the OnePlus 2 so interesting is the Oxygen scanner. The Oxygen scanner of the device is actually not much different from many other smartphones in terms of its operation. The Oxygen sensor works very well however, if you want to capture high quality images, you have to use the front or back camera equally. This helps to enhance the quality of the photos that you take. If you want to use the super-wide camera, you can actually do that as well. The front and back cameras come with different settings, allowing you to change the level of blurred background or focus on the object you want to photograph.

Despite the similarities that the two devices share, the one thing that really makes the OnePlus 2 stand out from the competition is the fact that it does not use any android interface. This is a unique feature that many users have been asking for, especially those who prefer an all-touch interface. The camera software of the device allows you to enjoy excellent features such as high-resolution camera and shutter speed that are usually found on higher priced phones. In the conclusion, this review concludes that the Oxygen OS 3.5 on the OnePlus Nord 2 is a commendable effort, since it truly keeps the smartphone user experience fresh.

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