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OnePlus 5T display reportedly not inverted, unlikely to suffer ‘jelly scrolling’ effect

Thursday, November 16th, 2017

Like OnePlus said during its announcement, we're harsh critics. So when the OnePlus 5's display was mounted upside down, resulting in an inversion in refresh direction and a slightly annoying "jelly" effect on movement, we were quick to cry foul about it. When it came to the new OnePlus 5T, our questions on the subject were rebuffed, but according to the folks at XDA, the OnePlus 5T's display is mounted more traditionally this time, so "jelly" scrolling shouldn't be a problem.

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OnePlus 5T display reportedly not inverted, unlikely to suffer 'jelly scrolling' effect was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Motorola’s Z2 Force may also have the so-called “jelly effect” popularized by the OnePlus 5

Saturday, August 12th, 2017

It seems like Motorola's latest just can't catch a break. Following the unfortunate news about the hardiness of the ShatterSheild display, it turns out there may be another problem with the screen. The Moto Z2 Force may also suffer from the "jelly" effect which results in a slight distortion of the screen on certain animations.

That should sound pretty familiar, as it's the same issue the OnePlus 5's display has.

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Motorola's Z2 Force may also have the so-called "jelly effect" popularized by the OnePlus 5 was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Motorola’s Z2 Force may also have the so-called “jelly effect” popularized by the OnePlus 5

Saturday, August 12th, 2017

It seems like Motorola's latest just can't catch a break. Following the unfortunate news about the hardiness of the ShatterSheild display, it turns out there may be another problem with the screen. The Moto Z2 Force may also suffer from the "jelly" effect which results in a slight distortion of the screen on certain animations.

That should sound pretty familiar, as it's the same issue the OnePlus 5's display has.

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Motorola's Z2 Force may also have the so-called "jelly effect" popularized by the OnePlus 5 was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

LineageOS adds support for Motorola Droid 4, 2015 NVIDIA Shield TV, and more

Wednesday, July 5th, 2017

When we last covered the LineageOS project, support for the Nexus 9 was added along with a few phones from Xiaomi. Since then, more devices have been added to the official builds, and there are a wealth of new features in the ROM. Without any further ado, let's take a look.

First, it might be best to go over some of the functionality added since our last post. You can now disable album art on the lockscreen, the sensitive numbers list has been expanded with entries for new countries, the alarm clock can now set a system profile when an alarm triggers, and the ROM's media codecs have been updated.

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LineageOS adds support for Motorola Droid 4, 2015 NVIDIA Shield TV, and more was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

[You jelly?] OnePlus acknowledges scrolling “jelly” effect on OnePlus 5 screen, says it’s normal

Thursday, June 29th, 2017

OnePlus has finally made a statement about the reported "jelly" display issues. We reached out to them yesterday about the problem, and today we received a response from the company. Unfortunately for any users suffering the strange display distortion, OnePlus has stated that the effect, while isolated, is apparently a result of "natural variance in screens."

The full statement provided by OnePlus is below.

The OnePlus 5 uses the same level of high-quality components as all OnePlus devices, including the AMOLED display.

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[You jelly?] OnePlus acknowledges scrolling "jelly" effect on OnePlus 5 screen, says it's normal was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Three lightweight Android browsers that may speed up your old smartphone or tablet

Monday, May 8th, 2017

There are plenty of great choices for web browsers on Android, but if you have a cheaper (or older) device, you may find the top picks unsatisfactory. For example, Chrome can slow down quite a bit on low-end phones and tablets, and Firefox isn't much different.

Luckily, there are several browsers designed to be as fast as possible, squeezing every bit of performance out of whatever they running on. For this post, we'll be taking a look at three of them and comparing their performance and features. 

The browsers

Opera Mini

  

Opera Mini probably needs no introduction - it has been around since the flip phone era, and continues to be developed for both basic phones and smartphones.

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Three lightweight Android browsers that may speed up your old smartphone or tablet was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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