OnePlus 5 is the only phone have Jelly scrolling effect?

Since the OnePlus 5 was released with a slogan “Never Settle”, it has become a hot topic. With the rear dual camera, 6/8 RAM, Snapdragon™ 835, 20W Dash and charge of $479.00/ $539.00, we always call it “flagship killer”. However, nothing is perfect. Recently some OnePlus 5 users come to XDA and OnePlus forums to complain the issues they have encountered which is called “Jelly Scrolling”. Here we will talk something about what is Jelly Scrolling effect and why this happened.

What is Jelly Scrolling

The explanation on Phonearena is as below: when the screen is being scrolled more slowly – text bunches up together and stretches when you swipe the other way making it appear as if part of the screen is not being refreshed as quickly as others. If you still don’t understand what it is, you can see the video on YouTube “Little Zed”.

Why this happened

At the beginning, some people think this issue may be caused by the manufacturing defect, Quality Assurance mishap, or software bug, but the OnePlus Company claim this problem is normal:

The OnePlus 5 uses the same level of high-quality components as all OnePlus devices, including the AMOLED display. We’ve received feedback from a small number of users saying that at times they notice a subtle visual effect when scrolling. This is normal and there’s no variance in screens between devices.

There is not any certain reason about this issue until now. The generally accepted reason in the XDA forum is that the OnePlus 5 displayis mounted upside down. Some users point out that when holding any other brand smartphone upside down then they can see the same jelly scrolling effect on those devices, so they think the display in OnePlus 5 is mounted incorrectly.

XDA reports that OnePlus 5’s display matrix is inverted when compared to that of the OnePlus 3T, also there is a hardware evidence compared with the OnePlus 3T, from the picture below we can see the OnePlus 5’s panel has been mounted upside down.

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Nokia, Xiaomi Announce Business Collaboration

Nokia and Xiaomi on Wednesday announced business collaboration agreement and a multi-year patent agreement which includes cross licensing for each company’s cellular standard essential patents. Under the new business agreement, Xiaomi also acquired patent assets from Nokia.

Nokia, Xiaomi Announce Business Collaboration, Multi-Year Patent DealThe Finnish firm, which focuses on telecommunication network equipment, will likely help its Chinese partner gain technological advancements, and help it with its operations in over 30 countries. Apart from iphone replacement screen business, the agreement will also benefit Xiaomi with its Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystem which the Chinese company claims crossed over 60 million connected devices. Xiaomi claims that there are now over 8 million daily active connected devices on the Mi Ecosystem platform.

The new partnership between Xiaomi and Nokia will mean that the latter will offer network infrastructure equipment usually required by large Web providers and data centre operators. The partnership will also mean that both Nokia and Xiaomi will work together on optical transport solutions for data centre interconnect, IP routing based on Nokia’s newly announced FP4 network processor, and a data centre fabric solution.The agreement follows a partnership announced in February this year for Xiaomi’s ‘private cloud’ network

Both the companies will also be working on areas like Internet of Things, augmented and virtual reality (or AR and VR), and artificial intelligence (AI).

Commenting on the agreement, Rajeev Suri, President and CEO of Nokia said, “Xiaomi is one of the world’s leading smartphone manufacturers and we are delighted to have reached an agreement with them. In addition to welcoming such a prominent global technology company to our family of patent licensees, we look forward to working together on a wide range of strategic projects.”

Lei Jun, Chairman and CEO of Xiaomi also commented on the partnership, saying, “Our collaboration with Nokia will enable us to tap on its leadership in building large, high performance networks and formidable strength in software and services, as we seek to create even more remarkable products and services that deliver the best user experience to our Mi fans worldwide.”

Separately, a report claims that Xiaomi may have got its first smartphone brand partner for its in-house SoC chipset dubbed Surge S1.

According to PhoneArena’s report, HMD Global and Xiaomi have signed a deal which will mean that a future Nokia smartphone will feature Surge S1 SoC. Unfortunately, there’s no word when we will get to see first iphone replacement featuring Xiaomi Surge S1 SoC.

It’s worth mentioning that the deal between HMD Global and Xiaomi is separate from the Nokia and Xiaomi partnership.

LG’s X series of smartphones is expanding today

LG’s X series of iphone replacement screen is expanding today with a new offering for Comcast’s Xfinity Mobile service.

LG X Charge Xfinity Mobile officialThe LG X Charge will launch on Xfinity Mobile tomorrow, June 30th. The X Charge’s highlight feature is its battery, which is 4500mAh and will last “all weekend” according to LG.

Other features of the LG X Charge include Android 7.0 running on a 5.5-inch HD display, 13-megapixel rear and 5-megapixel front cameras (each with its own flash), 16GB of storage, and a microSD slot. Also concluded is an octa-core processor, 2GB of RAM, and 4G LTE connectivity.

While the LG X Charge’s spec list isn’t the most high-end around, it does have a beefy battery that should last for awhile on a single charge thanks to the X Charge’s modest spec list. Plus, it’s good to see that Xfinity Mobile is expanding its device selection, especially since most of the service’s other iphone replacement are fairly pricey.

There’s no word yet on how much the LG X Charge will cost, but considering its specs, it shouldn’t be too hard on buyers’ wallets. Full pricing info should be revealed tomorrow when the X Charge becomes available.

LG G Pad IV launched with 8-inch full HD display

LG has today announced the LG G Pad IV 8.0 tablet for its home market, i.e South Korea. The LG G Pad IV tablet is priced at KRW 352,000, which approximately Rs 19,851

LG G Pad IV features 8-inch full HD (1920×1200 pixels) IPS display and is powered by 1.4 GHz octa-core Snapdragon 435 processor paired with 2GB RAM. The tablet runs on Android 7.0 Nougat operating system.

LG G Pad IV launched with 8-inch full HD displayThe tablet comes with 32GB of internal storage, which is further expandable to up-to 2TB via microSD card. The G Pad IV lg parts sports a 5-megapixel in the rear and front camera. The tablet gets the power from 3,000 mAh Li-Po battery. On the connectivity front, the G Pad IV offers 4G LTE optional, WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.1, GPS and USB Type A port. The tablet measures 216.2 X 127 X 6.9 mm and weighs 290 grams.

LG G Pad IV is available in dark brown colour for purchase in South Korea through LG U Plus retail stores.

LG G Pad IV is the successor of LG G Pad III 8.0 which was launched last year in global markets. LG G Pad III 8.0 features 8-inch full HD (1920×1200 pixels) IPS display and is powered with 1.5 GHz octa-core MediaTek 8321 processor paired with 2GB RAM. The tablet runs on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow operating system.

The tablet comes with 16GB and 32GB of internal storage, which is further expandable to up-to 64GB via microSD card. The G Pad III 8.0 lg screen replacement sports an 8-megapixel with rear camera and a 5-megapixel front camera. The tablet gets the power from 4,800mAh Li-Po battery. On the connectivity front, the G Pad III 8.0 offers 4G LTE optional, WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.1, GPS and USB Type A port. The tablet measures 210.7 X 124.1 X 7.9 mm and weighs 309 grams.

Galaxy Note 8 dual camera to offer ‘better image quality’

galaxy note 8The upcoming Galaxy Note 8 smartphone’s long-rumoured dual camera module could trump rival offerings, if a new report is to be believed.

Over the past year, we’ve seen several phone makers opt for dual-camera designs on their flagship motorola parts . There was Apple with the iPhone 7 Plus, followed by the LG G6 and Huawei P10, and most recently the Honor 9 and OnePlus 5. Samsung, meanwhile, stuck with a single rear-facing camera on this year’s Galaxy S8, leaving many questioning when we’d see the company jump to a dual-camera system.

Most rumours to date have suggested Samsung will make the Galaxy Note 8 its first flagship phone to feature a dual camera. And the good news is that the phone’s photography potential could outpace rival smartphones, according to an article published by specialist blog Sammobile.

iPhone 7 PlusApple’s iPhone 7 Plus dual camera module

The website, which has a generally solid track record for Samsung leaks, suggests that the Galaxy Note 8 dual camera will offer “better image quality and better background defocus than competing motorola replacement parts with similar dual-camera solutions”. The article cites an anonymous insider as the source for this information, which unfortunately makes it impossible for us to verify. As such, have your pinch of salt at the ready.

Samsung is said to be planning a dual 13-megapixel (RGB + Monochrome) arrangement with an f/2.0 lens and optical image stabilisation. This setup should make it possible to improve colour, sharpness, reduce noise, and offer substantially greater depth of field, compared to what we’ve seen from the already-impressed Galaxy S8 camera.

It’s expected that Samsung will announce the Galaxy Note 8 at some point in August or September, although details are neither clear nor official at these point.

OnePlus 5 units are manufactured by Oppo Mobiles

OnePlus 5 units are manufactured by Oppo MobilesOnePlus 5 units sold in India are manufactured by Oppo Mobiles in India, in latter’s manufacturing unit in Uttar Pradesh.

OnePlus has finally launched its latest motorola parts , the OnePlus 5 for the Indian market on June 22. Since its launch, the smartphone has marred by many controversies, including the delivery of a faulty unit of the device, which had no volume controls. Now it is learned that the OnePlus 5 units sold in India are manufactured by Oppo Mobiles in India, in latter’s manufacturing unit in Uttar Pradesh.

According to a report, the retail box of the OnePlus 5 shows that the smartphone is manufactured by OnePlus Mobiles India Private Limited at its Noida-based factory. To recall, OnePlus partnered with Foxconn to manufacture its smartphone in India and the brand hoped that it will sell most of the smartphones which are locally manufactured in India by the end of 2017. However, it seems the brand has chosen Oppo for the manufacturing of the latest smartphone.

Oneplus 5 retail boxInterestingly, OnePlus, Oppo and Vivo have the same parent company known as BBK Electronics. Further, OnePlus is said to be a sub-brand of Oppo Mobiles and even its co-founder Pete Lau, was earlier Vice President of Oppo.

This clears some air about Oppo’s connection with OnePlus smartphones. OnePlus shares a deep connection with Oppo when it comes to the design of a smartphone. The original OnePlus was identical to Oppo Find 7 and same is the case of the OnePlus 5. The device has fairly borrowed the design from the recently-launched Oppo R11. What’s more intruding is the fact that both the motorola replacement parts feature a similar type of dual-camera setup, which further raises many eyebrows. This is an odd move for a company whose main motto is to “never settle” and still it is settling with a design that is already somebody else’s trademark.

The brand has surrounded with numerous controversies as well. It has been accused of manipulating benchmarkresults with the latest flagship device. As per a report by XDA Developers, “Every single review of the OnePlus 5 that contains a benchmark is using misleading results, as OnePlus provided reviewers with a device that cheats on benchmarks.” Further, they have also claimed that this time the cheating mechanism is “blatant and aimed at maximising the device’s performance.”

The camera performance, which it has heavily advertised, can be seen as a disappointing one if we go by numerous reviews on the internet. For The Verge, the biggest complaint about the One Plus 5 is the price, which, it claims, takes it beyond the mid-range it has bossed for so long to the top range, where the ‘value’ proposition may not be as valuable. The Verge also helpfully tells you that the One Plus 5 and its three cameras offer you 52 megapixels of shot taking power, a view that might fall flat when faced with the Wired’s disappointment with the camera.

Get a free headset when you buy an LG G6 or V20

LG continues to offer various promotions on its two popular high-end asus replacement parts , the G6 and V20. Both are now on sale at T-Mobile for as much as $500, but you can also get some free stuff if you buy either of the two devices.

Get a free LG MiniBeam Projector and B&O BEOPLAY H3 headset when you buy an LG G6 or V20Starting June 16 and through July 5, customers who purchase the LG G6 or V20 at T-Mobile will receive a free LG MiniBeam Projector and Bang & Olufsen BEOPLAY H3 headset by mail.

You’ll just have to redeem the free stuff by July 5 by completing a request form with the IMEI of either of the two asus parts , a copy of the purchase receipt, and original UPC label from the device’s packaging.

Keep in mind that the online submissions must be received by July 15. Also, you must allow about 6 weeks for shipment of LG MiniBeam Projector and B&O BEOPLAY H3 headset following purchase verification and approval, which may take another 2 weeks.

The promotional offer is available while supplies last. So, if you’ve already bought an LG G6 or V20 from T-Mobile on or after June 16, you might want to redeem these freebies as well.

Should we buy a Galaxy S8+ or wait for the Galaxy Note 8?

You can always wait for the next blackberry parts to come out — but should you?

For those who loved the Galaxy Note 7, there’s been a void in their pocket since late 2016. Many Note fans think of the phone as more than just another big-screened device — it’s a special kind of device that can only be replaced by a newer, better Note. So without a Galaxy Note available, what do you use instead?

Since we’re still a couple months away from the release of the Galaxy Note 8, the next-best thing right now is the Galaxy S8+. Here’s what Note fans should know about choosing to go with a Galaxy S8+ today, or potentially waiting to see what the Galaxy Note 8 offers.

Since the Galaxy Note 8 isn’t out yet, we have to look at what we do have: the Galaxy S8+. Since the Galaxy S6 edge+, Samsung has offered a larger version of its leading Galaxy S device that works as a stepping stone between the mainstream Galaxy S and the all-in power-user Galaxy Note — and the Galaxy S8+ is once again just that.

Those who bought a Galaxy Note in the past for its big screen and big battery won’t be disappointed with the Galaxy S8+ in many respects. The super-tall 18.5:9 aspect ratio and tiny bezels let Samsung fit a really big 6.2-inch display in the GS8+, as well as a hefty 3500mAh battery. The GS8+ also has many of the physical design elements that actually debuted on the Note 7, like the more subtly curved display glass and symmetrical feel.

What the Galaxy Note 8 could do to make you wait

The tough part about this question is that we only have a limited set of leaked information and speculation to work off of right now. But based on the lineage of the Galaxy Note name and a handful of rumors, we can start to construct what a Galaxy Note 8 could be. Looking at the Galaxy S8 and S8+, there’s a great chance that the Galaxy Note 8 will have the same tall, narrow and near-bezel-free “Infinity Display” of the Galaxy S8 — but there’s a chance it may be even larger and perhaps a tad wider in proportion to give Note power users even more room to work and write.

Galaxy Note 8 leakEach year the Galaxy Note launch offers Samsung a chance to iterate on its hardware design in other ways, too. There’s a good chance we’ll see 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage offered in the Note 8. Rumors are swirling that the extra room in the Note 8’s body will also let Samsung put dual cameras on the back, opening up possibilities for lossless zooming and depth of field effects.

As the one phone a year from Samsung with an S Pen stylus, we could be in store for new capabilities there as well. There’s a good shout that Samsung could reduce the latency and increase pressure sensitivity this year, as it has done several times as its technology progresses. The S Pen-focused software will likely get a facelift, too, but we haven’t seen any leaks of new features on the software front.

Is it worth waiting?

This is a personal question, of course. You can always wait and see a newer, more exciting blackberry replacement parts in the future — whether you’re looking for a Galaxy Note 8 or any other phone. But that comes at the cost of actually having a phone in the time you’d be waiting.

If history is any indication, the Galaxy Note 8 should offer a bigger screen, improved internal specs and a few new software features when compared to the Galaxy S8+. It will of course have an S Pen, too — something no other phone can match, even from Samsung itself.

If you’re a Note fan and you don’t need a phone right this minute, I’d say you should wait and at least see what the Galaxy Note 8 has to offer. The announcement of the phone is only a few months away at this point — expected in August or September — and when we get there you can see if it’s right for you. If the Galaxy Note 8 doesn’t do it for you at that time, the Galaxy S8+ will still be on sale, and probably at a discount as well.

Galaxy Note 8 could be Samsung’s most expensive phone ever

The average price of flagship smartphones has been creeping steadily upwards for years now. Pair that with the UK’s currency woes and Brits are feeling the cost of buying a new handset more acutely than ever before. Our sympathies, then, to anyone considering buying Samsung’s next flagship cell phone battery wholesale – at least if this latest leak is true.

Renowned leaker and Venture Beat journalist Evan Blass has published a new report claiming that the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will cost an incredible €999. For contrast, the new Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ cost €799 and €899 respectively, so this new handset would trump both by a fair way.

galaxy note 8Given that in the UK, the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ cost £689 and £779 respectively, we’d expect the Galaxy Note 8 to cost somewhere in the region of £869 to £899, based on Blass’ claims.

Blass also claimed that Samsung is plotting to launch the Galaxy Note 8 in the second half of September. This is the fourth release date leak we’ve seen for the Galaxy Note 8, each of which has been different.

One suggested August 2, another suggested August 26, a different source pointed to Berlin’s IFA tradeshow (September 1 – 6), and now Blass points to late September. It’s hard to say which rumour is most credible at this point, but it’s worth noting that Blass has an exceptionally strong track record for mobile leaks.

All we know for sure is that the Galaxy Note 8 is coming this year, as has been confirmed by Samsung. The company announced the handset’s arrival following last year’s Galaxy Note 7 debacle, where the wholesale iPhone parts was recalled twice and eventually killed off permanently following spontaneous combustion issues.

So the pressure is on for Samsung to get it right with this year’s Galaxy Note 8, which is why we’re expecting top specs and a major focus on device safety. The Venture Beat report notes that the handset is expected to feature an edge-to-edge 6.3-inch Super AMOLED display, as well as Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 chip and 6GB of RAM.

The handset is also tipped to feature dual cameras on the back, a 3,300mAh battery, an S-Pen, and a heart-rate sensor.

Unfortunately, we’ll have to take all leaks with due caution until Samsung makes an official announcement.