OnePlus 3 has been creating headlines way before its official launch. OnePlus in a short span of time has garnered an enviable following with its devices delivering some of the best specs in a budget.
The device arrived with some really neat specs in tow and now the company was quick to announce an update to the OS. The company on Monday went ahead and announced the OxygenOS 3.2.0 OTA for the new offering. The official word posted on the forum revealed that the OxygenOS 3.2.0 OTA update would kick off bringing with it some much needed enhancements.
OnePlus 3 features that the update brings would definitely receive a thumbs up from its users. The enhancements include improved RAM management and GPS performance amongst other features. Another highlight of the update is enhanced audio playback as well as fixing the pesky notification issue. It was expected to roll out reach 100 percent coverage in 48 hours. However, in a turn of events, the company has decided to put all stops on the rollout for now.
As noted by GSMArena, it turns out that OnePlus received “some reports of issues while upgrading.” There are no further details on what exactly the issue at hand is and why the rollout was halted mid-way. The company has assured that it is looking into the matter.
Until then, users will have to keep an eye out since OnePlus says that the update should be released soon. Also, there is no confirmation on how many units have already got the update since the OnePlus 3 OxygenOS 3.2.0 OTA update was supposed to wrap up within 48 hours of the new software being released.
When the new OnePlus 3 update does rollout, it will also bring with it other much required features including the ability to enable the sRGB mode. Keep checking TheBitBag for more news on the OxygenOS 3.2.0 OTA update for OnePlus 3.