mathaddict, 24 Apr 2020S20 Ultra got the some problem and fixed it via software u donutOnePlus is cheaper than S20, you donut
Anonymous, 25 Apr 2020Reviewers are paid to praise 1+. They invested much in online marketing. Premium price for... moreYou do realise this problem started with Samsung and Noone talked about it? Why are you hating on oneplus? Also have you seen atleast 1 tech reviewer who used the phone at low brightness in low light? No
Still!! If I get a chance to buys those better new gen HTC SONY NOKIA devices ill simply ignore all of these phones. Of course Sony has some new phones, which I cannot find in India. I whish it were otherwise.
Lil_kujo , 25 Apr 2020Like some other readers have said this is a thing that's been happening for awhile my Oneplus ... moreReviewers are paid to praise 1+.
They invested much in online marketing.
Premium price for a medium level device problems. That is the new series of 1+.
The brand lovers will buy it nevertheless.
Lil_kujo , 25 Apr 2020Like some other readers have said this is a thing that's been happening for awhile my Oneplus ... moreThose issues happen at extremely low levels of brightness. Levels which most people don't operate the screen at. So it's a non issue.
Like some other readers have said this is a thing that's been happening for awhile my Oneplus 7t has the green tint issue and a quick Google search will give you results of this issue that is very wide spread and no "reviewer" ever talked about it always praising you oneplus I for one am a user who wouldn't buy a oneplus again neither the less with the new pricing.
Anonymous, 24 Apr 2020Correctly said. Samsung was able to fix this green tint issue so will OnePlus. Why bash OnePlu... moresamsung didn't fixed the problem, they masked in in OneUI and native samsung apps
For some reason, mostly chinese and samsung have these kind of problems lol
Anonymous, 24 Apr 2020A software update wont be able to fix this.
Its the panel quality Oneplus chose that is subpa... moreThis issue was also present in Older OnePlus devices.
My brother has OP7T g its also show slight greenish tint towards on side of panel in boxy patterns.Its clearly a Hardware issue.
Now OP commanding high end prices,their phones should be worthy to justify that.but clearly OP hardware quality is inferior to other top brands like Apple/samsung/Sony.
my bet goes to screen replace needed. had same issue with a mate20pro, screen replaced.
Anonymous, 24 Apr 2020Sammy fan boys always claim Samsung super AMOLED panels are the best. It seems BOE OLED displ... morethey are the best, every test can tell you that every human eye cann see that, BOE and LG made spartphone displays are god awful
mathaddict, 24 Apr 2020alright software expert, whatever you say.Well the customers who experienced on their on their Oneplus 7/7T series never got the fix ..
Google it man !
Houston to OnePlus: we have a 1000 euros problem.
OnePlus to Houston: No, no problem, we will hire few more marketing people and pay some more celebrities and adds to fool and blind customers ASAP. Add 100 euros more to the price of OnePlus 8T and 8T Pro for compensate that. NEVER SETTLE!!!! In prices...
Had the exact same issue on my OnePlus 7T. E-mailed OnePlus about it. They said they'll fix it but it hasn't been fixed till date
Anonymous, 24 Apr 2020The inherent problem with amoled displays - uniformity issues: Color shift upon tilting, color... more£700 lottery?
In saying that I've been using amoled panels for years and I've never had these issues.
This isn't OnePlus's fault. The problem lies in Samsung's displays. It was present on S20 series as well, and had to be minimized with software tweaking. OnePlus will probably fix it the same way.
The inherent problem with amoled displays - uniformity issues: Color shift upon tilting, color shift in low brightness settings. As mentioned by another poster, IT'S A LOTTERY and its not unique to a phone brand. Samsung, LG and Iphone users can get bad panels and experience these issues.
Not everyone gets a good panel in their amoled screen phones, so if you're unfortunate to receive a bad one, have the phone replaced ASAP. Software updates to make the poor uniformity panel look more tolerable, are at best, a compromise. You're actually better off making screen display color/calibration adjustments yourself (if your phone allows it like Samsung phones), rather than have a software update fix it.
The reason is because amoled panel uniformity and color shift characteristics can differ from one unit to another. A software update to make one unit's panel more tolerable, can make other units with different non-uniformity characteristics worse. So it's either 1. Have your phone replaced to get one with better screen uniformity (the replacement could be better OR worse) ; 2. Wait for a software update (the update can make it better OR worse) or 3; Make color adjustments/calibration to the screen if the phone's software allows it (Samsung phones and tablets have such display setting tweaks/adjustment).
This will most probably be rectified with a software update. Guys no need to freak out!