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OnePlus 5 jelly effect is natural, the company says - GSMArena.com

Earlier today we told you about how some OnePlus 5 owners have noticed a 'jelly effect' on the screen when scrolling. This issue is a bit difficult to describe, but what it basically amounts to is that when you're scrolling some parts of the content of ...and more »

OnePlus 5 owners are reporting a “jelly” effect when scrolling - GSMArena.com

OnePlus 5 owners have begun reporting a very particular issue, one that may be difficult to notice at first. When scrolling on a web page or Twitter feed, you may be able to notice that some of the contents of the feed may take a little longer to catch ...and more »

Confirmed: OnePlus 5's Display is Inverted – Likely Causes Jelly Scrolling - XDA Developers (blog)

A widely circulating theory on the official OnePlus forums, Reddit's /r/OnePlus, and our very own forums is now confirmed: OnePlus mounted the display panel upside-down on the OnePlus 5. While we have yet to directly link the display panel orientation ...and more »

OnePlus 5 Doesn't Adjust Stereo Audio Recording Channels, Users Report - NDTV

OnePlus 5 issues have been cropping up one after the other ever since it launched two weeks ago. The smartphone was reported to experience Wi-Fi connectivity issues, and was later even described to have a 'jelly scrolling effect' while browsing the Web ...and more »

OnePlus says 'jelly' scrolling effect on OnePlus 5 is normal - The Verge

OnePlus' latest flagship phone has gotten critical acclaim for its fast performance and clean software, but some owners of the new device have complained about a weird jelly-like effect that shows its face when scrolling through an app. It's something ...and more »

OnePlus States the OnePlus 5's Jelly Scrolling Effect is Not a Defect - XDA Developers (blog)

Yesterday, we published an article about a peculiar issue some OnePlus 5 owners were reportedly having: a jelly-like scrolling effect. We informed you of the various theories that were circulating around the web as to what may have been causing this ...and more »

OnePlus 5 'Jelly Effect' Due to Upside Down Placement of Display? - NDTV

The recently launched OnePlus 5 has been in the news this week for a 'jelly scrolling' issue that some of its users have reported. Early adopters of the device noticed a jelly-like warping effect when scrolling through webpages and apps like Twitter.and more »

The OnePlus 5's display is mounted upside-down, possibly the cause of 'Jelly Scrolling' - 9to5Google

Over the past day or so an issue with the OnePlus 5 has hit the headlines — “Jelly Scrolling.” While it's not a deal breaker for some, it's causing many to contemplate returning the device until it's been fixed. Unfortunately, it looks like that won't ...and more »

Comment: Hey OnePlus, that 'natural' and 'subtle' jelly scrolling on the OnePlus 5 is enough to keep me away - 9to5Google

There weren't many problems I had with the OnePlus 3T, but its laggy touch input and scrolling was one of them. It wasn't a deal breaker for everyone (clearly), but it was an annoying enough problem for me that I couldn't make the phone my daily. Now ...and more »

Inverted OnePlus 5 display correlates with “jelly” scrolling - PocketNow (press release) (blog)

That “jelly” scrolling effect on the OnePlus 5 may be “natural” behavior, but according to composite testing and analysis from XDA-Developers, it is only the symptom to one big design issue with the device. For those who aren't aware of the issue ...and more »