OnePlus 3 shows its new software update – OxygenOS 3.2.0. This much-expected update brings RAM management improvement, bug fixing, and an additional sRGB mode.
Off all the issues with OnePlus 3, two problems stood out. After releasing the smartphone, the company was faced with criticism from reviewers who quickly pointed out the color issues on the OnePlus 3’s display. The 6GB of RAM had also caused some concerns as some users claimed that the phone’s performance was not that satisfying. Nonetheless, the phone was still globally praised, and now OnePlus 3 shows its new software update as a way of making peace with its dissatisfied clients.
OnePlus 3 features a 5.5 inch AMOLED display with a Snapdragon 820 SoC and Adreno 530 GPU underneath its shell. The 64GB internal memory cannot be expanded. On the front, the OnePlus 3 has an 8MP camera for selfie enthusiasts, and on the back, it rocks a 16MP camera for high-quality image taking. The 3000 mAH battery promises a fast charge cycle thanks to it being supported by Dash Charge.
Here’s what to expect from the OxygenOS 3.2.0:
- Boosted RAM performance
- Boosted RAM management
- Resolved notification problems
- Improved picture quality
- Improved camera functionality
- Enabled sRGB mode
- Enhanced GPS performance (accuracy and speed)
- Resolved gallery issues
- Updated custom icon packs
- Enhanced quality of audio playback
- Fixed Clock and Music apps bugs
- Newest Google security patches
It’s quite a list we have here. The company has not let one failure stand in the way of delivering more. the update is a great move and it will surely have a positive impact on its clients. But only time will tell if OnePlus 3 will win more hearts thanks to this approach.
Some forum users on dedicated threads report that the OxygenOS update has also fixed the problem causing the misfire of the magnetic sensor on the OnePlus 3. This issue surfaced when users would use their phone with VR headsets.
It is reported that the update might take about two days to reach all users.
Are you a OnePlus 3 user? How happy are you with your smartphone’s performance and the recent update which claims to have fixed all the main issues? Let us know what you think in the comments section.
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