OnePlus 3 was the most anticipated flagship device from the brand OnePlus. Soon after its launch, the device came under fire from tech enthusiasts and reviewers alike for the poor RAM management issues. The smartphone come running OxygenOS based on Android Marshmallow out of the box. Now, OnePlus has rolled out a software update for OnePlus 3 — OxygenOS 3.2.0. The new update addresses the RAM management issues and several other fixes including some new features as well.
The new update was rolled out to reviewers some weeks back and it enables a developer feature that is known as sRGB mode offers a better color standard. This software update brings several notable bug fixes and performance improvements. The OTA update package size is 396MB and will be rolled out via OTA to OnePlus 3 smartphones gradually.
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The new update also brings the recent Google monthly security update in addition to improvements in audio playback quality, camera quality, and GPS performance issues. In addition to that, this update fixes some bugs in apps like clock, gallery and also updates the icon pack as well. This update also fixes the RAM management issues which somehow unnoticed during the launch.
Do check out our review of the OnePlus 3 from here. [source]