You know what our parents and grandparents say about nobody and nothing is perfect in this world. OnePlus 8 is a great phone released in 2020, as it packs 8 to 12 GB of RAM, video recording in 4K, 48 MP for the rear camera setup, and much more. But even so, the phone still has its flaws, and users don’t hesitate to report them.
After OnePlus 8 users had to deal with plenty of flaws, it’s now the turn for OnePlus 7 users since they are affected by a bug that jeopardizes the performance for wired earphones. This bug makes audio channels (left and right) to be swapped while a wired headphone is connected.
How to solve the bug on OnePlus 8
Unfortunately, OnePlus didn’t announce any solution regarding the weird bug. The only possible solution available for the moment is for the users to connect a wireless headphone or don’t connect any other device at all. However, we’re still expecting from the Chinese manufacturer to release a possible fix for the issue.
OnePlus 7 is not very different than its successor (OnePlus 8) when it comes to the specs. The seventh phone of the OnePlus series has 6 to 8 GB of RAM, it comes in two versions of storage (128 GB and 256 GB), it’s also capable of recording in the 4K format, it’s powered by a Snapdragon 855 processor, it has a primary camera of 48 MP, and the list can continue. Among the highlights, we can also mention the 3700 mAh battery with its 20W fast charging. This should normally assure a full day of functioning under moderate usage.
OnePlus 7 was released in June 2019, and it sells for a relatively affordable and reasonable amount of around $452. Or if you want to put it some other way, it means 609 euros. OnePlus 8 is undoubtedly an excellent smartphone, but the bug that we’ve talked about above is annoying some users.
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