Last week we reported about the new OnePlus 5 being plagued by what is now called the Jelly Scrolling effect. The problem has been identified, they installed and thus mounted the display panel upside-down on the OnePlus 5.
The company insists that this was intentional and not an oversight, yet it is resulting in an annoyance dubbed "jelly scrolling": this effect causes text to bunch up together and then stretch out when the user is swiping in the opposite direction. There will be no OTA update or RMA to resolve the issue.
OnePlus fiddling around with a super laggy display problem on its flagship, and claiming it’s “natural effect” and normal, come on now.