Some OnePlus 7 Pro users have found that their devices behave very strangely. It seems that the double-curved 90 Hz OLED display suffers from phantom touch. As a result, you will notice unwanted "touches" or apps that react by themselves, even if you do not touch them.
This issue seems to be more obvious with certain apps like CPU-Z, and others have reported similar issues with other messaging apps as well. As it stands, many could reproduce the problem with CPU-Z. Just start the app and you can see that the top bar goes crazy even though the phone is idle.
Some tech sites like The Verge have the same problem with their review units. Some users have tried to reduce the refresh rate from 90 Hz to 60 Hz, but the problem still exists.
Several users have published their experiences in the official OnePlus forum. The OnePlus team apparently recognized the error. If you find this issue obviously annoying, you can temporarily fix the problem by disabling NFC in the quick settings notification bar. Not only is this the first OnePlus device to feature a double-curved OLED screen with Quad HD + resolution, but also a higher refresh rate of 90 Hz for a smoother display experience.
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