We are in mid-March and several OnePlus 9 series users are still waiting for the February 2023 update. Although, something more disappointing is the green and pink line issue, which continues to arrive on the OnePlus 9R models even after numerous OxygenOS updates.
The information is making its way from Twitter, where a tech fan described the green and pink line issue in the OnePlus 9R devices. Eventually, the tipster mentioned that he saw the respective phone and was quite shocked to see the display panel.
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Further, he pointed out that the corresponding phone holder has been dealing with the issue for a long time. What’s more awful is, with every new OxygenOS software update, new lines are forming on the device screen.
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The scenario is quite unexpected since every fresh firmware is believed to resolve the issues of the device, instead of raising them ahead. Adding more to the words, several users tweeted that many OnePlus 9R models are stuck with the same issue, and there isn’t any solution for it yet.
In the meantime, we found a huge number of OnePlus handset users who often complain about the green and pink line issues. Not only the flagship models but some Nord device owners are also troubled with the same bug.
Folks, I saw a Oneplus 9r today. And this is how it looked like. She said with every new software updates new lines are forming. pic.twitter.com/IfXiO3buvd
— DESLOCHO (@deslocho) March 14, 2023
It’s quite unclear whether the issue is arriving from the software or the hardware core. This is so because the case is quite similar to Apple gadgets as well. Consequently, the tipster dragged our attention to the point that this particular issue has also affected many Apple-tagged devices.
It is worth mentioning that the company immediately takes some action on such scenes. For instance, a user commented that the tech maker replaces the screen for free, even when there is no warranty. However, it would be much better if OnePlus brings a permanent solution to this issue.