OnePlus released another software update for its OnePlus 3 smartphone just less than a month after it rolled out the most recent one.

On Tuesday, the over-the-air OxygenOS 3.2.2 software update was released, but since the rollout is incremental, some users may need to wait a few days more before they can get their hands on this update, GSM Arena noted. 

The OxygenOS 3.2.2 software update brings a lot of improvements to the functionality of the OnePlus 3, but One Plus did not detail all of the optimization tweaks as of this time. One of the most notable features the software update has is the function that disables the phone’s fingerprint scanner when the handset is placed inside the pocket. The update also improves the device’s Doze Mode notification management.

Aside from addressing bugs and issues with the alert slider or silent mode, the OxygenOS 3.2.2 also upgraded the 4K video recording codec of the camera technology present in the smartphone and improves the quality of video recording with the enhanced noise cancellation. Finally, the update comes with the latest security patches and adds the NFC toggle into the quick settings.

Most of the improvements are a response to the issues raised by owners on discussion boards and forums online, according to Android Authority.

Meanwhile, in addition to rolling out the OxygenOS 3.2.2, OnePlus also released the “Soft Gold” color version of the $399 Android phone. Though this new version is a limited edition, OnePlus just did a “low-profile take on gold” to keep the affordable price tag of the handset.

The limited edition OnePlus 3 is already available in the U.S. market, while other regions can expect it to arrive to their area on the first day of August, Engadget reported. 

Check out the promotional video for the “Soft Gold” edition of the OnePlus 3 below.