OnePlus Open update brings new camera features, improvements

OnePlus has started rolling out a new update (v14.0.0.600) for the OnePlus Open, the company’s first foldable smartphone. The phone is currently running the Android 14 operating system, with OxygenOS 14 on top of it.

The update weighs about 770MB in size and is only rolling out to Indian units as of now. It adds Android’s March 2024 security patch along with other system features like app-specific volume control, a partial screenshot option in the Smart Sidebar, and more.

Further, the update also adds camera features like a new XPAN mode that lets you use ultra-wide and telephoto cameras, increased shutter response, and more. Check out the complete change log below.



● You can now create photo collages without frames in Photos.
● Adds a "Partial screenshot" option in the Smart Sidebar.
● You can now press and hold the Volume Down button to turn the flashlight on when the screen is off.
● You can now enter the first letter of an app name to perform a fuzzy search from the Home screen search bar in Drawer mode.
● You can now try out the "app-specific volume" feature to adjust the volume for individual apps based on your needs.
● Improves the volume bar's design for ease of use and visual consistency.
● Improves system stability.
● Integrates the March 2024 Android security patch to enhance system security.


● You can now switch between more focal lengths by tapping the zoom buttons.
● You can now use the ultra-wide and telephoto cameras in XPAN mode.
● Increases shutter response and improves the snapshot experience.
● You can now use the zoom wheel to switch between different zoom options when taking videos.

The update is gradually rolling out, so it’s recommended to wait if your device has not received it yet. Users are also advised to submit bugs by opening the Google Dialer and typing *#800#. You will find a menu that allows you to submit bugs.