It is finally available for download and install the first official version of CyanogenMod 13 Nightly for OnePlus 3, the latest high-end smartphone by the Chinese company. An important update for the hardcore fan and especially necessary step. Being the release of the official ROM based on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow -and available for several months in OnePlus 2 and OnePlus X predecessors, it is assumed that should not include any error or distortion of inappropriate software for everyday use as the smartphone works stably.
Still, it is not recommended to install it at the moment, at least for the moment, until the first user reviews appear; but if you want to proceed to download, you can find it on the official website of Cyanogen (or XDA). The modding for this new Chinese high-end smartphone is thus almost complete, in accordance with the full support for TWRP Recovery notes and the proliferation of any custom ROM arising from this version also including an unofficial version of CyanogenMod 13, since the days immediately following the official release of the flagship device signed by OnePlus.
Recall that OnePlus 3 is available for purchase for several weeks and can make it not only from its official website (as in previous cases), but also from other websites (which can be found by following any of the links available in the first paragraph). We talk about a very attractive smartphone with great performance, supported by the Snapdragon 820 processor (quad-core 64-bit with an operating frequency of 2.2 GHz). Quantitatively, it has 6 GB of RAM LPDDR4 and 64 GB of internal storage of UFS 2.0 type (not expandable via microSD cards).
That is, the OnePlus 3 does not lose face as offering a more affordable price, and in this sense we can make a mention of the body made entirely of metal -with a thickness of only 7.3 millimetres-, USB connector type C, fingerprint reader located on the front of the device, NFC, fast charging patented with Dash Charge technology and a main camera of 16 megapixels (Sony IMX298 sensor with a focal aperture of f/2.0, the same built-in for Xiaomi MI 5 and Huawei Mate 8).