A couple of OnePlus 7 users have discovered that their devices are very strict. It seems that the 90 Hz dual-curved OLED screen suffers ghostly touches and, as a result, you will notice unwanted "touches" or applications that respond on their own even without you touching them.
This problem seems to be more evident in certain applications such as CPU-Z and others have also reported similar problems in other messaging applications. As it seems, many could replicate the problem with the CPU-Z. Just start the application and you can see that the top bar starts to go crazy even though the phone is inactive.
A couple of technology sites like The Verge face the same problem with their review units. Some users have to lower the refresh rate from 90Hz to 60Hz, but the problem is still there.
Several users have published their experience in the official OnePlus forum and it seems that the error has been recognized by the OnePlus team. If you have this problem, you can fix it temporarily by disabling NFC from the quick configuration notification bar.
To summarize, the OnePlus 7 Pro has the most advanced screen on a flagship smartphone. Not only is this the first OnePlus device to feature a dual-curved OLED display with Quad HD + resolution, but it also pushes a higher 90Hz refresh rate for a smoother viewing experience.
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