OnePlus Resumes Oxygen OS Update with 3.2.1 Version for OnePlus 3, Skipping 3.2
OnePlus rolled out its newest Oxygen 3.2 operating system earlier this week without any prior official announcement, but only to halt it next day for undisclosed reasons. The update was to bring better RAM management, better GPS performance and sRGB display mode apart from other fixes.
On Thursday a staff of the company disclosed on the official forum their Oxygen 3.2 mobile operating system will be skipped and instead Oxygen 3.2.1 version will be rolled out. It will cover all the improvements of 3.2 update along with fixing up some other issues.
The Oxygen OS 3.2.1 is said to be bringing the latest Google security patches, fix issues related to Gallery, improve quality of camera as well as its functionality, pack updated custom icons and enhance audio playback quality too.
The OnePlus staff further claims they have also fixed up issues with clock and music apps, and resolved issues with SIM recognition too with the very latest 3.2.1 update. The Oxygen 3.2.1 OS is 396MB in size and is made available through over-the-air (OTA) update. Owners of OnePlus 3 is said to be getting a rollout notification in the next couple of days.
Originally the company didn’t include sRGB mode in the phone and this raised huge criticisms related to the display of the phone. CEO Carl Pei expressed his displeasure last month about the issue and explained why the mode was not included initially. Pei then confirmed the OnePlus 3 to soon get the awaited sRGB mode in next update and there will be no issue with the display.
The new Oxygen 3.2.1 update is heftier than the 3.2 version of OS. If you were one of those who received the 3.2 update, then the 3.2.1 would weigh just 15MB instead of 396MB. If you were one of those who received the Oxygen 3.2 update, share your views about it and why OnePlus had halted the rollout. Use the below given comment box.