OnePlus 7 series users dealing with display issues on OxygenOS 12 upgrade

OnePlus 7 series users dealing with display issues on OxygenOS 12 upgrade

OnePlus 7 series is one of the best lineups of the company to date. Though the models have grabbed Android 12 as their last major upgrade, they are still working relatively better than many other handsets in the market. But recently, the OnePlus 7 series have started showing some display issues on its surface.

In case you are thinking that this display bug would be the common green line defect, then you are wrong. This time, the OnePlus 7 series device owners are stuck with the blurry display panel and refresh rate issues. Eventually, these issues are not only creating trouble but also annoying the users while enjoying screen time.

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As per the details, a OnePlus 7T user complained that after updating the device to the OxygenOS 12, the display seems to be washed out. The colors of the overall screen are quite dull and the display of the phone often looks blurry. Following the matter, many users agreed on facing the same issue with their OnePlus 7 model.

For suggestion, a user advised trying a different screen calibration in the Display setting. Even though, the user didn’t find any help. Perhaps, the bug could be in the internal system which can only be resolved with the help of a new update.

OnePlus 7 series users dealing with display issues on OxygenOS 12 upgrade

On the flip side, another OnePlus 7 user reported that the refresh rate automatically drops from 90Hz to 60Hz. This is happening from the moment the user installed the OxygenOS 12 software update to his device.

“After updating to OOS 12, the refresh rate drops on its own even after bring on 90Hz mode. And I have to change it every time from 60Hz to 90Hz again. Please fix this in the next update.”

To aid the issue, a few consumers suggested trying third-party apps that can maintain the refresh rate in the device. However, the user didn’t receive any benefit from the given suggestion.

These issues mostly hinder your visual experience on the device. As a result, it could impact your eyes and put forth strain conditions. For a long time, the OnePlus 7 series hasn’t obtained any updates. Let’s see whether the company drops an improved firmware for these issues or not.

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