So far, we have seen the launch of many impressive smartphones this year. One of the highly anticipated launches was that of the flagship killer - OnePlus 3.
The OnePlus 3 is priced at Rs 27,999 and it is one of the best smartphones in the market. At just half the cost of its direct rivals, the OnePlus 3 comes with highlights such as a premium design, snappy performance, an impressive and snappy fingerprint reader, and many other features.
OnePlus 3 Display Issues
However, the display that is a 5.5-inch AMOLED one is not perfect in displaying content on it. The OnePlus 3 screen features vivid colors with bluish whites. Also, it lacks the setting that will dial down the colors to the universally accepted sRGB color standard.
sRGB Color Mode
Fortunately, OnePlus released the big update to the OnePlus 3 smartphone with a slew of feature additions. One such new feature added to the device as a part of the OxygenOS 3.2.1 update is the sRGB color mode.
With this feature, it is possible to go from the default and over-saturated color mode to the properly balanced color mode. If your OnePlus 3 has received the OxygenOS 3.2.1 update, you can enable the sRGB color mode.
How to Enable sRGB Color Mode?
Follow these steps to enable the sRGB color mode on your OnePlus 3 smartphone.
Step 1: Swipe downwards from the top twice and tap on the gear icon to open Settings.
Step 2: In Settings, you need to scroll down to the setting stating 'Developer Options'.
Step 3: Over there, Picture Color Mode will be the default option that is enabled and sRGB color mode will be disabled.
Step 4: Just toggle the sRGB color mode to the on position and you are done with enabling the same
Note: Before you enable the sRGB color mode, you need to enable the Developer Options by navigating to Settings → About. Then, you should tap on Build Number seven times.