screen failures of OnePlus 5
We all know that the OnePlus 5 integrates the same front panel that integrated the previous version of the smartphone released to the market last year. However, it seems that in addition to inheriting its features is inheriting some of its problems, as more and more users are complaining about screen failures in the OnePlus 5 .
Last year, beyond the controversy with the bad optimization of the 6GB of RAM of the OnePlus 3 , showed a problem in the panel of the smartphone. Many buyers of the OnePlus smartphone detected that there were regions of the AMOLED display that showed a yellowish strip when in fact it should show black background that should also be pure by the technology and operation of the equipped panel.
Now the new screen failure of the OnePlus 5 that starts to carry different threads of Reddit and even the forum of support of the company, does not affect the color or tone of the display, if not to the “lag” present when to move by the screen. Nothing better to show it than the next video provided by one of the affected.
Poor scrolling on the OnePlus 5 screen
Just as many users complained about those screen failures, now the same thing happens with the so-called “Jelly Effect”, an uncomfortable feeling that menus bounce while working with scrolling the OnePlus 5 screen . This kind of “lag” has caused many of the brand’s customers to have begun flooding the company’s official complaint forum, claiming that this should not happen in a 2017 range cap.
In a post where OnePlus announces the availability of the OxygenOS update, user G_Adrian: Aiello_hxGo complains that this new version of the operating system does not end the problem and asks that the brand “simply offer a smooth scroll of 60 fps, without The entry delay on the screen and without the “Jelly effect” that wears the user experience with a flagship 2017. “
At the moment OnePlus has not spoken about it, but in the forums of OnePlus 5 different users have found a momentary “solution”. Many people are beginning to confirm that by turning their phones upside down, the effect decreases or disappears (?). This would seem to indicate that we are facing a hardware problem, but for the moment we can not do anything other than wait for the official declarations of the Chinese manufacturer.