Early OnePlus 3 users complained of badly-managed RAM issues along with poor colour reproduction. OnePlus seemed to have fixed those with the OxygenOS 3.2.0 update, but as it turns out it had to be taken down for some reason.
Good news for users of the phone is that the update is back in the form of OxygenOS 3.2.1 and is already seeding. It seems pretty much the same as v3.2.0 from what we can tell, besides the addition of one entry: SIM recognition issue.
Here’s the entire changelog brought about by OxygenOS 3.2.1, according to a post on the OnePlus forums:
- Fixed some notification issues
- Addressed SIM recognition issue
- Enabled sRGB mode in developer options
- Improved RAM management
- Improved GPS performance
- Enhanced audio playback quality
- Updated custom icon packs
- Improved camera quality/functionality
- Fixed some issues in Gallery
- Implemented latest Google security patches
- Fixed bugs in Clock/Music apps
Two of the most important fixes are the addition of sRGB mode (which you can access in Developer Settings) and RAM management fix. This now allows the system to keep 32 apps in memory as opposed to 20 before.
We’re waiting to get the OTA notification on the OnePlus 3s at the GizChina offices. Meanwhile, let us know if you do!