problems with OnePlus 5
Do you remember when the OnePlus 3 was launched to the market between criticisms by the famous yellow screens or the mismanagement of its 6 GB of memory? Well fortunately we can tell you that these failures are not replicated in the OnePlus 5. However, the bad news comes to discover other problems of OnePlus 5 as the already controversial “Jelly Effect” of your screen and audio glitches when recording video in horizontal.
It seems that the Chinese company does not like the recording horizontally, because when turning the smartphone OnePlus to record a particular video, audio capture has obvious flaws. As reported by some users on reddit , when recording videos in landscape format, the stereo audio is recorded on the inverted channels, ie the audio on the left is recorded with the right channel and vice versa. In this way, listening to the audio with headphones, as the OnePlus 5 has a “mono” speaker, and enjoy the sound in stereo, the fault can be appreciated with total clarity.
The same creator of the post in the forum indicates that, curiously, if we record the reverse, ie with the start button left, the failure is reduced even if we hold the mobile in the same way. Has OnePlus really mounted the components of the OnePlus 5 backwards?
The company has already indicated that these problems of the OnePlus 5 can be remedied with a software update, but the mobile has already received two reviews of OxygenOS and the fault is still present in the vast majority of terminals sold.
The uncomfortable “Jelly Effect”
The problems of the OnePlus 5 do not end with these failures when recording audio, since less than a week began to appear in the Network the first complaints of the users assuring that the screen causes an uncomfortable “Jelly Effect” in the terminal .
This effect consists of an uncomfortable feeling that the menus bounce while you are working with the scrolling of the OnePlus 5 screen . This kind of “lag” has caused many brand customers to have begun flooding the company’s official complaint forum, claiming that this should not happen in a 2017 range cap. The company has responded that this effect is Something natural, and not to be alarmed at all, although there are already the first signs that it seems that the display has been mounted upside down.