After the infamous RAM management and sound cancelling issues, OnePlus 3 is now finally available with Oxygen OS 3.2 update. Apart from various fixes for better memory management, improved GPS performance, enhanced audio and camera, you also get sRGB Mode in OnePlus 3.Since the OnePlus 3 is the first in its line-up to sport the Optic AMOLED screen, there are plenty of display customizations you can work with. Apart from the built-in Night Mode, you can enable sRGB Mode in OnePlus 3 from the Developer Options.

Step 1: Enable Developer Options

If you’re using your OnePlus 3 right out of the box, there’s a good chance that the Developer Options are still dormant. Head over to the Settings app on your device and scroll all the way down to open “About phone”.sRGB Mode in OnePlusIn the new window, scroll down to find the “Build number” entry and tap on it multiple times, until you see the message “You are now a developer!”. Once you have enabled this setting, you will be able to view the “Developer options” entry right in the Settings.

Step 2: Enable sRGB Mode in OnePlus 3

Head over to the Settings app and scroll down to access Developer options that you have recently unlocked. Inside the menu, scroll down to find “Use sRGB" under the “Picture color mode menu” and press the toggle switch to enable it.You will immediately notice the color of the screen change to a yellow hue, which is a bit similar to the Night Mode option. If you don’t wish to keep the screen this way, simply press the toggle switch to disable sRGB Mode in OnePlus 3.sRGB Mode in OnePlusHas the Oxygen OS update finally helped you tweak your latest smartphone to perfection? How does the Optic AMOLED hold up against the traditional SAMOLED by Samsung? Let us know your opinion in the comments section down below.
Source: XDA

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What's my model number?

There are several ways to locate your model number:

Option 1
On your device, go to Settings, then "About device" and scroll down to "Model number"
Option 2
Often times you can view the model number inside the device, by removing the battery
Option 3
Using Samsung's model/serial number location tool

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