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The OnePlus 3 was released last month with Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow and Oxygen OS on top of it. However, because of the problems reported by users, OnePlus had to urgently release an update, so these days, Oxygen OS 3.2.0 will roll out to the OnePlus 3. In this article you’ll find the changelog of this update, containing bug fixes and other improvements.

Oxygen OS 3.2.0 will be delivered via OTA and the installation file will weigh in at 396MB. Here are the changes that this update is bringing:

– fixes for some issues related to notifications;
– fixes for bugs in Clock/Music apps;
– fixes for bugs in Gallery;
– improvements for RAM management, GPS performance, camera quality/functionality;
– enhanced audio playback quality;
– updated custom icon packs;
– there were added the latest Google security patches;
– it was enabled sRGB mode in developer options.

The OnePlus 3 is a phablet with a metal body and a design that’s similar to that of the HTC One M9 – curved on the edges and with two slim lines at the top and bottom, it measures 152.7 x 74.7 x 7.4 mm and its total weight is 158 grams. The screen is Optic AMOLED sized at 5.5-inch, but it supports a Full HD resolution that gives a pixel density of 401ppi. Users have complained that the screen is poorly recalibrated and the addition of the sRGB toggle should bring balancer and get the colors more in-line.

Inside, the OP 3 houses a Qualcomm MSM8996 Snapdragon 820 chipset with a dual core CPU clocked at 2.15GHz and a dual core CPU clocked at 1.6GHz. Surprisingly, this device can support up to 6GB of RAM, but the battery isn’t big enough (3000mAh) to handle too many tasks, as it consumes pretty fast. The internal memory has a capacity of 64GB and unfortunately, it’s unexpandable. On the rear side there’s a 16MP camera with an aperture of f/2.0, and it offers features such as phase detection autofocus, OIS and LED flash, while the front camera is 8MP.