There have been a few more issues related to the pop-up camera that activates automatically, and also the battery in some devices draining fast.
The OnePlus 7 Pro was launched earlier this month in India and other international markets. One of the smartphone’s buzz-creating spec was its display that OnePlus claimed, had revolutionary tech installed. Over two weeks after the launch, OnePlus 7 Pro users are complaining that their device is having some issues.According to early OnePlus 7 Pro users, their smartphone’s display is experiencing ‘phantom touches’. This issue is mostly triggering on the upper corners of the screen that is causing the ghost touches.
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Users pointed out the phantom touch issues when using the CPU-Z application, and is more noticeable in third-party applications as well. The issue could possibly be a bug in OxygenOS which can be resolved with an OTA update.
"My new One Plus 7 Pro is experiencing severe ghost touches and App crashes. Any one else have these problems?, said a user on the OnePlus forum.
The problem does not end here. Some OnePlus 7 Pro users have complained of a high-pitched noise that they hear when on a voice call. OnePlus has promised to work on the issue and fix it with an update.
First day of my OnePlus 7 pro. What do you have to say about this? The selfie camera got stuck! Truly disappointing! @MKBHD @oneplus #OnePlus7Pro #OnePlus7ProReviews pic.twitter.com/jNj59WyDt4— Haard Swadia (@HaardSwadia) May 20, 2019
The company has confirmed several bugs and has uploaded a list of it on its website. The company has assured that it is working on fixing all the confirmed bugs and provide a better user experience on the OnePlus 7 Pro."We are investigating all the possibilities that may cause this issue, instead of rushing to give a conclusion", the company stated.The Great Diwali Discount!
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