Some OnePlus 7 Pro owners have reported an issue with the smartphone's touchscreen, with ghost touches ruining what should be an otherwise awesome experience. OnePlus 7 Pro owners have taken to various online forums to complain about the problem, with a video by Android Police showing the "crazy phantom touches." The app shown in the video is CPU-Z, a hardware information and identification app that is said to reliably trigger the ghost touches. The issue apparently does not affect all OnePlus 7 Pro units, but for owners who have experienced the issue, launching CPU-Z is enough to trigger the non-existent taps. Owners have also reported ghost touches while using other apps such as Google's Chrome and Reddit. XDA's Daniel Marchena also uploaded a video on the issue affecting his Reddit app on the OnePlus 7 Pro. OnePlus has acknowledged the ghost touch issue on its official forums, alongside battery drain and heating problems, the selfie camera suddenly popping up, and a few others. The OnePlus team has urged affected owners to leave feedback to help with the analysis and solution of the problem. It currently remains unclear what exactly is causing the ghost touches, but some affected OnePlus 7 Pro… Read full this story
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