OnePlus has rolled out an update to its Oxygen OS for its recently-launched flagship smartphone OnePlus 3 . The 400MB-heavy update brings a slew of new features to the OS.
The upgraded Oxygen OS 3.2.0 version brings sRGB display mode that the company claims gives more accurate colour tones on the handset. It can be found inside the developer options. In addition, the update includes an improved RAM management and GPS performance.
The Chinese tech firm adds that OnePlus 3 owners would also be able to experience enhanced audio playback quality. Custom icons packs have also been updated as a part of the Oxygen OS 3.2.0. Some of the other improvements included in the OS update deal with the smartphone’s camera quality and functionality.
As for the bug fixes, the update sorts issues faced by users inside the gallery application, in clock/Music apps and in notifications. The update also brings the latest Google security patches.
Running Android-based OxygenOS, the OnePlus 3 smartphone features a 5.5-inch Optic AMOLED Full HD display, is powered by quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor and packs massive 6GB RAM. There’s 16MP Sony IMX298 autofocus rear camera, 8MP Sony IMX179 camera on front, non-expandable 64GB storage and 3000mAh non-removable battery.
As for connectivity, the OnePlus 3 supports NFC, USB Type-C, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.2, and GPS. It is backed by a 3000mAh non-removable battery with support for Dash Charge technology. It comes in Graphite and Soft Gold colour variants.
The company also showed its OnePlus 3 Gold version at the recent MWC Shanghai event. A Red colour variant of OnePlus 3 also made an appearance on the company’s Chinese website.