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OnePlus 3T gets another Marshmallow update

OnePlus 3T Android smartphone gets December 2016 Marshmallow-based update
OnePlus 3T
The OxygenOS 3.5.4 firmware for this fresh handset is, unfortunately, still based on the old Android Marshmallow. It does not offer any new features but has multiple tweaks and fixes instead.

OnePlus 3T has reached the market around a month ago, and the first firmware update is already here. Unfortunately, this handset does not get Android Nougat yet, only receiving the Marshmallow-based OxygenOS 3.5.4 update.

According to the official OnePlus forum post, the list of changes delivered by this update includes the following:

  • optimizations for US-TMO network
  • fixed flashlight issue in WhatsApp
  • optimized battery saving mode
  • reduced lags when the battery level is below 5 percent
  • optimized Bluetooth connectivity for Mazda cars
  • increased stability and various bug fixes

The OTA update is incremental as usual, and only a small percentage of OnePlus 3T's users should have it at this time. However, OnePlus promised that a broader rollout would begin "in a few days," so stay tuned for the update notification.

This is probably the first and only Marshmallow-based update for OnePlus 3T since OnePlus is already testing Android Nougat for its predecessor, the popular OnePlus 3

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Codrut Nistor, 2016-12-15 (Update: 2016-12-15)
Codrut Nistor
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