The Chinese company follows a pretty tight software update schedule, but only when it comes to its two flagships, the OnePlus 3 and 3T. That being said, it looks like both smartphones are now eligible for a new update that adds a couple of improvements.
The changelog that comes along with the new update mentions both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity features have been improved. The same goes for the picture taking of moving objects with blur reduction.
Another enhancement in the camera area refers to video stability when recording, which seems to have been improved in this version of the OS. Lastly, some general bug fixes have been implemented too.
If you've been running a stable OxygenOS build, then you should receive the OTA (over the air) update in a few days. Since this is an incremental rollout, only a small percentage of users will be getting the update today.