Users have also complained about the ghost touch or phantom touch issues on their OnePlus 7 Pro on the company's official forums. Leaving the phone idle with certain apps running will see the phone registering a touch on random locations on screen. Android Central was the first to report this issue. OnePlus 7 Pro is undoubtedly a worthy flagship and minor issues with the flagship can not taint its reputation.
Good news to the old OnePlus phone owner, via a forum post, OnePlus announced that numerous OnePlus 7 Pro features are coming to older OnePlus phones. The app is reported to be triggering ghost touches with more intensity.
In India, OnePlus 7 Pro is priced starting at Rs 48,999 for the 6GB RAM+128GB storage variant. It's just a little confusing because we write about optical zoom on phones the same way we write about it on proper cameras with moving components.More news: China Says Lodged 'Solemn' Protest With US Over Huawei
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The OnePlus 7 and 7 Pro both of them have some killer list of specification and more importantly, a great price. The success of a product lies in real-world results. Also, the OnePlus 5 and 5T will receive the upcoming Android Q update at some point this year.
OnePlus are advertising the camera as having 3x optical zoom but users have noticed that when using the portrait mode 3x optical zoom at 13MP is not possible. That is odd considering the fact that both of the modes use the telephoto lens which doesn't explain why the image in Portrait mode is wider than the zoomed picture. OnePlus 7 Pro users facing the problem can report it to the company as well through feedback. The smartphone uses only the telephoto lens to shoot in portrait mode. The telephoto camera doesn't really offer 3x optical zoom as advertised.
We are yet to test out the OnePlus 7 Pro camera in any detail so can not comment to our thoughts on it but will wait until this update to give it a final review. It will switch the field of view depending on the camera mode. The update also fixes one of the annoying bugs present on the OnePlus 7 Pro which is the delay in audio while playing games on a Bluetooth headset. Do you think OnePlus is still able to claim 3X Optical Zoom because it has no loss of detail?