OnePlus 3 receiving OxygenOS 3.2.8 update, adds 1080p 60fps video recording
OnePlus 3 owners are probably very anxious to get their hands on the first Android 7.0 Nougat beta build, which is supposed to arrive by the end of this month.
However, until the first beta build is ready, the Chinese company keeps releasing small updates that fix some of the phone's issues, but also add new features that haven't been available before.
That's what the new update is about. OnePlus has just announced that a new update is available for OnePlus 3 users, though it's not the Android 7.0 Nougat build they have been waiting for.
Among the most important new features included in the update, it's worth mentioning the addition of 1080p 60fps video recording option, as well as the emergency calling for India, which can be trigger when you triple press the power button.
Furthermore, OnePlus notes that the update should optimize Snapchat, as well as fix video calls and scrolling lags. Also, some increased stability and general bug fixes have been implemented too.
Keep in mind that this OTA will be delivered in waves, which means that it will reach a small percentage of users at first, and then it will be rolled out to everyone in the next couple of days.