Several OnePlus 7 Pro users complained about the inconsistent focusing issue on the OnePlus 7 Pro, and well, here's the fix for that. Users affected by the touch issue are calling it the OnePlus 7 Pro Phantom Touch or Ghost Touch issue and the touchscreen is randomly processing non-existent taps. OnePlus 7 Pro is undoubtedly a worthy flagship and minor issues with the flagship can not taint its reputation. The issue is easily triggered by using the CPU-Z app, but Android Police reports that it was able to reproduce the error while working on Chrome and other apps as well.
Meanwhile, OnePlus 7 Pro users have taken to the company's forum to report the issue. In Ghost Touch effected devices you could see phone's response to the tap, but nobody really touched the display. But OnePlus advertises the telephoto camera as offering 8MP 3x optical zoom. Coming in the rescue company said smartphone features all that company has marketed for, an update is expected to resolve the issue.
The OnePlus flagship made its debut earlier this month. What it is is pretty simple to explain: it's like an invisible hand is touching certain parts of the display that you definitely aren't.
The OnePlus 7 Pro uses the telephoto lens for portrait shots, but the field of view is different when using portrait mode and 3x zoom. The higher-end 12GB RAM+256GB storage version of OnePlus 7 Pro is priced at Rs 57,999. The OnePlus 7 Pro is already available via Amazon India, while the standard OnePlus 7 will go on sale sometime in June.
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The device offers a 6.01-inch OLED display with FHD+resolution, protected by 2.5D curved tempered glass.
A 3300 mAh Li-ion battery powers the smartphone with support for fast charging via USB type C port with a dedicated 3.5mm headphone jack. The phone runs on the company's own OxygenOS 9.5, which is based on Android 9.0 Pie. It also features a pop-up 16MP selfie snapper.
When the OnePlus 7 Pro was released last week it sounded like an awesome phone (and it is) and users could not wait to get their hands on it with OnePlus unable to keep up with demand - one Chinese site sold US$144 million worth in one minute.