OnePlus has just rolled out their all new flagship smartphone OnePlus 5 last week and the OnePlus fans welcomed its arrival with much anticipation. The smartphone packed many features that are seen on premium smartphones and managed to price very low compared to any premium smartphones in the market.
But with all these cool features, the smartphone also comes with its own flaws. The latest news is that OnePlus 5 is having a jelly scrolling effect on its display when users try to scroll and navigate with the smartphone.
Many online threads gathered posts by huge number of OnePlus 5 users worldwide reporting almost similar issues, and the company finally said that they will take a look into the matter. After some silence, the company officials reported that this jelly scroll effect is just perfectly normal and added:
"The OnePlus 5 uses the same level of high-quality components as all OnePlus devices, including the AMOLED display. We’ve received feedback from a small number of users saying that at times they notice a subtle visual effect when scrolling. This is natural and there’s no variance in screens between devices."
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XDA Developers; a mobile software development community, noted that the same things can be seen when scrolling on Galaxy S7 Edge while holding upside down and does produce the same jelly effect that’s been reported by the OnePlus 5 users. XDA members also shared the possibility of the smartphone's display panel being incorrectly mounted and hinted about a software-related orientation issue and finally predicted the existence of a software bug that could be messing up with the display. OnePlus is moving toward a huge fan base with its spectacular flagship devices and the company cannot turn its face away users complaining about this jelly effect. We can hope that this is just a software bug that needs fixing, just like the one spotted on the Samsung Galaxy S8 devices which experienced a red tinting issue on the display and got fixed after a software update.
OnePlus 5 is back in the news, but with a jelly scrolling effect in its display
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