They say it's natural cause they can't fix it. It's probably hardware related and I'm sure they don't want to handle recalls. haha
Sometimes i fail to understand this. Youtube has lot of videos comparing Galaxy S8, Iphone 7 , LG G6 & OP5.
Whats wrong with youtubers? I can understand Galaxy S8, Iphone 7 & LG G6 being compared together. But where the hell OP5 came from?
With all due respect to OP, it is simply no match to flagship phones from Samsung, Apple & LG. The only selling point for OP is 6GB & 8GB RAMs. Seriously?? A smartphone with Noughat or OS11 does not consume more than 2GB of RAM let alone the 6 & the 8s.
As long as people will get something to boast of, they will keep buying OP. Like "My phone is shit but i have got 8GB of RAM bro":):) ...I dont know shit abt RAM management but my phone has got 8GB of RAM bro:););)
I mean with all due respect, for how long we customers will keep biting the bait from these Chinese Manufacturers. 500$ phone with no OIS??? No dust & water resistance?? "But hey...My phone has got 8GB of RAM bro:);)..What have you got:):):):)
Bebe Rexha, 30 Jun 2017Galaxy S8/S8+ red tint: It's the nature of OLED.
OnePlus 5 jelly scroll effect: It's normal.
... moreSamsung acknowledged the issue and sent an update to fix it: http://www.gsmarena.com/galaxy...ws-24778.php
Apple's are always costly.
OnePlus here just brushed aside this issue saying it's natural.... So those who are facing this issue are left in the lurch... Not a great sign for this company and its customers....
Moral: No matter what it would be better to opt for an established and reputable brand than these cheap brands.
I honestly don't see this jelly effect happening. I've only seen one video of it and no one uses their phone/scrolls pages up and down repeatedly the way the person did. Either this issue is not present on all devices or it's barely noticeable. Hardly any cause for concern.
This is too ironic. They are supposed to have raised prices by claiming in part that it is to increase customer service. And now instead of showing it, they refuse to replace the possible units with defective screen because it is "normal" that there may be defective screens(displays) in certain units ... Supreme, another "plus" for them.
A very natural and special feature only available for just a handful of proud OnePlus 5 owners!
Galaxy S8/S8+ red tint: It's the nature of OLED.
OnePlus 5 jelly scroll effect: It's normal.
iPhone 8 being an overpriced phone: It's normal, and is true.
I told you guys yesterday that, "It's a feature, not a bug"!!! :D
Zero, 30 Jun 2017Say that to the red tint of the device which is clearly a HARDWARE issue instead a Software on... moreSamsung at least provided some kind of resolution to the red tint issue. Replaced or provided an OTA update. What OnePlus give to rectify this small issue? Just said it's normal and one should neglect it all together.
This is just Cheating.nothing else.wh more u can ask from a Chinese company.
one plus is showing its True colours now.
This is what you get from Chinese phones they create a illusion that they are great, OP is not in a position too accept there mistake.. Its better to go with Samsung , Iphone..
Why so many haters ? Love the device ! same price as Xiaomi without bloatware and with updates. stop being so jealous that you spent more on less......
Duckduckgo, 30 Jun 2017They need to accept there mistakes if they want to become a great company but unfortunately th... moreAbsolutely Bud. But ironically, they are living up to their tag line this time " NEVER SETTLE". All sort of issues are surfacing with OP5.
As soon as their user tries to SETTLE an issue, another one comes up:):):)#NEVERSETTLE
Anonymous, 30 Jun 2017As much as I think OnePlus can be a lame company and not live up to their hype, to be fair, I ... moreYeah, well the point is, be it Hardware or Software, OP need to realise they screwed up and should owe it. I mean it is simply ridiculous for them to say it is normal due to usage of high components & AMOLED.
OP need to understand that consumers are not JON SNOW. We know lot of things:):);)
Zero, 30 Jun 2017Say that to the red tint of the device which is clearly a HARDWARE issue instead a Software on... moreThe main problem here is the attitude of the brand. They refuse to accept their mistakes. They are not even trying to do something about it. They should at least offer a replacement for the affected devices. It's amazing that how quickly they closed the case (pun intended).
In case of Samsung, red tint issue is actually proven to be inevitable. It happens in all Amoled panels, heck even lcd panels have this issue but not that apparent. At least they offered a replacement and trying pushing some software updates to somehow control it. This is what you should expect from a good brand.