At the time of its launch, OnePlus 3 made quite the impression on the smartphone market as it was even dubbed the “flagship killer”. The smartphone was eagerly expected by many OnePlus fans, but has since caused some discontent amongst users. Now it seems that the OxygenOS 3.2.0 update that OnePlus released yesterday was temporarily halted.
OnePlus released the OnePlus 3 last month, but due to poor display calibration and RAM management issues, the smartphone has caused some problems to users. In order to address this matter, OnePlus announced that it was working on an update to OxygenOS, which should arrive soon.
Theupdate was released yesterday and today the company decided to temporarily halt the roll out process. Some users have received the update and didn’t mention which issues caused the company to stop the roll out process. The company also didn’t mention when the issues will be fixed and users could receive the much needed update.
The price for OnePlus 3 will raise in the UK
RAM management was the main concern with OnePlus 3 and the new firmware update would have solved the issue that caused the phone to under perform in the RAM department in favor of saving battery life. The OxygenOS 3.2.0 also came with improved camera quality and enabled sRGB mode in developer options.
This wasn’t the only concern that fans had with the OnePlus 3, as the company recently apologized for delayed shipments of the OnePlus 3 in the UK and offered customers vouchers for future orders. In addition, fans offrom the UK should rush to purchase the smartphone, since its price is expected to raise starting July 11.
OnePlus 3’s price will increase from £309 to £329, which represents a £20 price hike. Prices are expected to raise as a result of Britain’s referendum results to leave the European Union.