However, the moment the smartphone went available in global markets, such as India, some users started reporting a weird’static wave’ issue using the screen in their recently bought OnePlus 6T handset. According to several user reports, a tide of purple or pink pixel static spreads through the screen at random intervals on no particular app or screen. One of the users suggests that this is due to a”screen tearing” hardware issue that may be fixed by taking the telephone to an authorised service centre. Let us get into the facts of the reported OnePlus 6T’static tide’ issue.
The handset’s owners around the thread describe the problem as a”single line of pixels having colors purple, pink and white [moving] forwards from somewhere in centre of the telephone before it reaches the very top.” One of the users on the thread, initially created on November 5, also asserts that the issue happens only when the telephone is on a lower setting of brightness. Another states that the problem has vanished ever since they updated their OnePlus 6T to version A6013_41_181103.
Other people claim that different tasks such as pressing the power button at precisely the same period as the Ambient Display, locking the telephone, and using face unlock replicate the effect, however the end is that this error occurs randomly throughout the UI. A short YouTube video was submitted by one of the users, first reported by Android Police, showing the matter in action while obtaining the notification facility. Additionally, the bug has occurred for users with the 6GB RAM as well as the 8GB RAM versions. OnePlus had not reacted with a fix at the time of press.