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OnePlus 7 Pro users report ‘ghost touches’ that occur without any input

It should be an exceptional week for OnePlus, considering the stellar response the OnePlus 7 Pro got after launch and the fact that the young smartphone vendor just launched its first ever 5G phone. However, OnePlus is already being forced to put out fires. OnePlus addressed criticism that it's misleading users with its 3x zoom claims earlier this week, but now, some users have discovered a more serious issue that might actually impact their overall experience, as this one concerns the sophisticated OnePlus 7 Pro display. The OnePlus 7 Pro features a brand new design, complete with an all-screen display that features no notches or holes. The screen is also curved on the sides, which will remind some people of Samsung's phones. But, more importantly, the Pro features a 90Hz display that doesn't have many rivals. What that means for users is that they should get an even better, smoother Android experience than on competing flagships. But it turns out that some OnePlus 7 Pro displays register ghost touches, which is as annoying as it sounds. As you can see in the following video, the display registers touches that don't actually happen, and reacts accordingly, producing the results you'd expect to see on the screen had you pressed the same buttons: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GT1U8ilxy4k There’s a thread on the matter over on the OnePlus forums, and Android Central confirms it’s been able to replicate the issue on one of its test units: It's only happened a couple of times in my four days with the handset so far, the first time in WhatsApp for about 5 seconds, not a big deal. The second time it happened, it lasted about 2 minutes and was affecting every app I was in, including the home screen. It makes navigating and typing on the keyboard incredibly difficult as the phone thinks you're tapping away on something else. It's unclear at this time what is causing the issue. Hopefully, it's not the hardware, in which case a software update should fix things. If you're experiencing similar issues, your best bet is to exchange yours for a new one.


First Impressions: The OnePlus 7 Pro doesn’t hold back

firefoxThe OnePlus 7 is here. It starts at $669 in the US, goes on sale May 17, and it might just be the phone that brings OnePlus to the mainstream. I’ve only been able to play around with the phone for a few days, so don’t consider this a full review, but the OnePlus 7 Pro feels like the company has finally stopped holding back. OnePlus’ mantra has always been ‘Never Settle,’ but despite how good its previous phones have been, it’s always seemed like the company has been compromising just a little bit to achieve its near-midrange pricing. It… This story continues at The Next Web


Here's how you can buy the OnePlus 7 Pro in India on May 15

firefoxThere's a chance for you to own the new OnePlus 7 Pro before everyone else.


OnePlus 7 Pro vs OnePlus 6T: Price in India, Specifications Compared

OnePlus 7 Pro is powered by the Snapdragon 855 processor, and sports a 6.67-inch QHD+ AMOLED 90Hz display.


OnePlus 7 Pro Users Report 'Phantom Touch' Display Issue, Fix Incoming

OnePlus 7 Pro touch issue is easily triggered when he CPU-Z app is used, but reports of the issue being triggered in other apps has also been reported


OnePlus 7 Pro review: an absolute beast in every way

Fantastic screen, the fastest performance, a good camera and brilliant software in a massive phone that still undercuts the competitionThe OnePlus 7 Pro is the firm’s largest, most expensive and most premium phone yet. While not that cheap, it still undercuts the competition by some margin, while offering sheer speed and a stunning notchless display that even its most expensive rivals can’t touch.Starting at £649, the OnePlus 7 Pro is £150 more expensive than last year’s 6T or its 2019 refresh the 7 (non-Pro). It’s also significantly bigger. Continue reading...


They see me scrollin' they hatin': what the 90Hz OnePlus 7 Pro screen means for you

firefoxWhile it may have come as a surprise for OnePlus fans that two very different models were just released - the 7 and 7 Pro - it shouldn't have been for everyone that has followed the recent developments in flagships and 5G-capable phones. Apple issued three phone models last year, Samsung followed suit with four, including a 5G version, and Huawei has three members of the new P30 family, while LG makes do with "just" two models as well. That's exactly the strategy that OnePlus seems to be pursuing, reportedly equipping the 7 Pro with not only ...


What's dual-frequency GPS and does my phone have it? Accuracy test on OnePlus 7 Pro vs S10+

firefoxA new term started creeping up in manufacturers' phone specs listing, making a cameo way back with the Xiaomi Mi 8 but still not as widespread as we'd like. Xiaomi even came out with the video you see above to brag about its virtues. The feature is marked in a specs sheet as dual-frequency GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite Systems), often ...


Android Q beta now available for OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro

firefoxHere is some good news for developers and risk takers who just purchased the OnePlus 7 or OnePlus 7 Pro. The latest Android Q beta (which is number 3) is now available for the phones. OnePlus announced this on its blog and pointed out that "this build of Android Q is best suited for developers and early adopters." Why? Because beta versions of software are often filled with more bugs than a Raid test facility. And if the OnePlus 7 or OnePlus 7 Pro is your new daily driver, who wants to deal with a problem that prevents you from using an important feature on the phone?Speaking ...


OnePlus 7 Pro vs Samsung Galaxy S10+ vs Huawei P30 Pro

OnePlus 7 Pro key features include 4,000mAh battery, QHD+ 90Hz display, Snapdragon 855 processor, and Warp Charge 30.