Earlier this month, OnePlus rolled out an update for its new flagship phone, addressing concerns about its RAM management, and complaints about the color calibration of its display. The Oxygen OS 3.2.0 update was later pulled due to unspecified "issues while upgrading" reported by some users, before OnePlus later pushed out a newer update, version 3.2.1.
Now, OxygenOS 3.2.2 is making its way to the OnePlus 3, bringing a range of fixes:
- Improved notification management in doze.
- Addressed alert slider/silent mode issue.
- Disabled fingerprint sensor while in pocket.
- Added NFC toggle in quick settings.
- Improved noise cancellation in video recording.
- Updated 4K video recording codec.
- Added latest security patches and various optimizations.
The update will be released in 'increments', but OnePlus said in its announcement: "We will do our best to get everyone covered as quickly as possible."
The OnePlus 3 is the company's newest flagship-class handset, offering a compelling mix of high-end specs - including a 5.5-inch display, Snapdragon 820 processor, 6GB of RAM and 64GB of storage - for $399.