New community build, OxygenOS 3.5, rolls out to OnePlus 3 users
The OnePlus 3 got an update sometimes ago and what we saw on this one was that instead of the update to keep users very happy and make them glad that they are receiving a good bump from their manufacturing company, they instead had a lot of complaints to make and this has spurred the Chinese company into action again. It seems that they have seen a way around the issues now because they have released a new community update to this smartphone and this comes with a build number of OxygenOS 3.5, a big push from the old 3.2.4 version that was disturbing everyone.
Being a community edition, this is something of a beta test which means that they are still just allowing people to test it out so that they would be able to quickly fix any other small issues that they might have missed before the final rollout. Anyways, this also means that you would be getting it very soon too.
For one, there is an addition of improved apps and better camera functionality, UI enhancement and the clock, weather and file manager features have been improved beyond what the smartphone already offered. The company itself also said that there would be better settings features and customisation options with this software push.
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