OnePlus finally got the updates of OxygenOS for its OnePlus X device. The budget friendly device of the OnePlus will get new features with OxygenOS 2.1.3. The updates include performance optimizations on key areas with several bug fixes. Above all you will get fixes for the SD card bugs that were recently reported.
For the main part actually there are some new optimizations with fixes for its SD card issues. The updates bring UX improvements to the OxygenOS running OnePlus X. The updates include support for exFAT format on the SD card. Now you can move apps to SD card and from SD card to device storage thus freeing more space wherever you want.
Another key issue addressed in the updates includes the annoying situation after removing the SD card. After getting updates your device will surely not reboot after removing the storage card in active state. Besides the improvements for SD card you will get security patches included to improve device’s security. Other general bugs are also treated well with certain optimizations on many unnoticed areas.
The company seems to have planned a long way with ruling out updates for the OnePlus X. The OxygenOS 2.1.3 version will start out with about 10% availability. Thus for the first release only a small portion of its users well get benefits. However there are planes for remaining users too. The second release is expected within 24 or 48 hours of first release.
The device was well equipped to make its place in the lower end market addressing demand of budget users. However running the OxygenOS there are a plenty of features to explore on the OnePlus x. The new updates are not only meant to bring fixes for some annoying issues but also to improve the overall performance of the device.