Since its launch last month, OnePlus 3 has received numerous appraisals, but some customers have also complained about it. Ranging from RAM management to display calibration, issues have been spotted on the new OnePlus smartphone. Now, it seems that users have voiced their concerns over a yellowish smudge on the OnePlus 3’s display.

Some people have taken to the OnePlus forum to express their discontent with the fact that some handsets have a yellowish smudge that covers large portions of the screen when it shows grey tones. This problem only appears on a few OnePlus smartphones, and customers do have the option to return the devices within 15 days of purchase, no questions asked.

Still, this isn’t the sole issue that users faced with the OnePlus 3. Some of them complained about poor calibration on its Optic AMOLED screen, a problem that should see a fix in upcoming software updates.

OnePlus 3 will be coming solely in Soft Gold color variant

In addition, OnePlus officials have addressed annoyances regarding RAM management, which were surprising, considering that the smartphone’s selling point was the 6GB of RAM, but the device didn’t seem to make good use of this capacity.

In fact, the smartphone had a tendency to automatically shut down apps running in the background in order to save power. OnePlus officials have said RAM management was adjusted in favor of battery life, but users can edit the phone’s build.prop and change app limits so that it would perform better.

OnePlus 3 comes with a Snapdragon 820 processor and Adreno 530 GPU. It also has a 16MP rear camera and an 8MP unit on the front. The smartphone packs a 3,000mAh battery and Dash Charge support.

OnePlus 3 comes in Graphite color, and the company has announced that Soft Gold color variant will also be available. Images of a green and red OnePlus 3 have leaked recently, indicating that the smartphone could be coming in another two color versions. However, company officials have shut down rumors and said such color variants won’t be released, according to GSMArena.

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