Last week I published my review of the OnePlus 3. I reviewed the OnePlus 2 for AnandTech, and given that the OnePlus 2 had many problems it seemed appropriate that I should examine the improvements that OnePlus made with their latest smartphone. As I used the phone, I was glad to see that OnePlus had clearly taken feedback from the reviews of the OnePlus 2 to heart and spent the year since then working on creating a truly great phone. From the chassis, to the camera, to the SoC, the OnePlus 3 really delivered a level of quality comparable to phones that cost significantly more. Unfortunately, the display seemed to be an exception to this trend, with a level of inaccuracy that I haven't seen before. Not long after the review OnePlus created a beta update that introduced an sRGB gamut mode, which promised to fix the issues I noted in my review. Read on to see whether these changes were enough to make my recommendation of the OnePlus 3 an unconditional one.