The OnePlus 5 had a “jelly” scrolling effect that bugged a lot of users. It was due to an inverted display panel, meaning it was refreshing from bottom to top rather than the regular top to bottom. A kernel flag that flips ... Read More »
Since there’s no shortage of problems being brought up with the Pixel 2 siblings, it’s only natural that even more are brought up. Another problem discovered with the devices is the camera performance under LED lights.
LEDs run on pulse width modulation, which essentially means that power is being pulsed on and ... Read More »
It really seems like people are picking on the new Pixel 2 duo. Many smartphones have issues that go unreported later in their life (we’re looking at you, LG!) but Google’s latest smartphones seem to have a host of issues pop up during the launch.
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The Google Pixel 2 launch has been nothing if not problematic. From screen burn-in issues to devices that failed QC being shipped to customers, the launch has been a tad messy and many people aren’t happy. Unfortunately, a new issue is ... Read More »
If you haven’t heard, some OnePlus 5 owners are reported a “jelly scrolling” effect. This is when the screen shifts unevenly when scrolling, and it looks pretty bad. Sadly, OnePlus called it “natural” and not a defect.
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Some Samsung Galaxy S8 devices have had issues with red tint on the display, and now the company has officially released an update to fix it. The update is currently rolling out in South Korea but will be pushed to other ... Read More »
The Samsung Galaxy S8 is one of the few devices that feature wireless charging built-in, which is a great and very convenient feature even with a reversible USB Type-C plug becoming the standard. However, the S8 seems to have some strange problems with it.
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It looks like NVIDIA is having some quality issues with the SHIELD Pro. The company says that it has found that less than 1 percent of all units sold have exhibited accelerated hard drive degradation, which causes issues with the user interface or just simple failure during an update.
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If you haven’t heard, there is a bit of controversy surrounding the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 at the moment. Some people have been inserting the S Pen backwards, damaging the internal S Pen detection sensor when trying to remove it again. Some are claiming this is a design flaw, while others think people shouldn’t be ... Read More »
AT&T’s Nexus 6 has been significantly modified by the carrier to its taste. And of course, AT&T’s taste isn’t very good. There’s a SIM lock, AT&T ringtones and disabled tethering until you pay extra for the feature. Many folks are mad, as Nexus ... Read More »