OnePlus 6T$37,999 was Started late last month as a mid-year refresh to the OnePlus 6.
However, the moment the smartphone went available in global markets, such as India, some users began reporting a weird’static wave’ issue with the screen on their newly bought OnePlus 6T handset. According to several user reports, a tide of purple or pink pixel static spreads through the screen at random intervals on no specific program or screen. Among the users indicates that this is could due to a”screen tearing” hardware issue which may be fixed by taking the telephone into an authorised service centre. Let’s get into the facts of the documented OnePlus 6T’static tide’ issue.
The handset’s owners on the thread describe the issue as a”single line of pixels using colors purple, white and pink [moving] forwards from somewhere in centre of the phone before it reaches the very top.” One of the users on the thread, initially created on November 5, claims that the problem happens just when the telephone is on a lower feeling of brightness. Another states that the issue has disappeared ever since they upgraded their OnePlus 6T to version A6013_41_181103.
Others claim that different tasks like pressing the power button in the exact same time as the Ambient Display, locking the telephone, and using face unlock replicate the effect, however the conclusion is that this error occurs randomly throughout the UI. A brief YouTube video was submitted by among the users, first reported by Android Police, showing the issue in activity whilst obtaining the notification centre. Additionally, the insect has happened for users using the 6GB RAM as well as the 8GB RAM versions. OnePlus hadn’t reacted with a fix at the time of press.
In related news, OnePlus earlier this week announced that it might be publishing the OnePlus 6TMcLaren Edition smartphone version on December 12 within a partnership together with all the premium autosport brand. This version could sport top-end specifications, with a focus on speed and performance.