The display of OnePlus 10 Pro faces the problem of changing the refresh rate when scrolling through content

The display of OnePlus 10 Pro faces the problem of changing the refresh rate when scrolling through content

The display of OnePlus 10 Pro faces the problem of changing the refresh rate when scrolling through content

Oneplus 10 Pro while browsing There is lag in some applications. This is probably due to the configuration type Oneplus for Dynamic refresh rate feature is available on the screen of this phone. In the video below, you can see how this problem occurs. In this video, Instagram content is navigated, where there are certainly more videos on the screen than images. The importance of this matter will be explained further.

In the video below, the Flamingo application, a third-party Twitter application, is navigated in the OnePlus 10 Pro. This application is not available through the Google Play Store; But new updates are released for it.

To GSMArena, the user experience of navigating the two mentioned apps on OnePlus 10 Pro is different. The important point is the information that the refresh rate counter shows in the upper left corner of the device.

To better understand the issue, it is better to know how the OnePlus 10 Pro screen is configured. The maximum refresh rate of this display is announced as 120 Hz; But this device reduces the refresh rate according to the type of content that is being displayed. This means that it is possible to change the screen refresh rate of this smartphone between 90, 60, 30, 10, 5 and even 1 Hz. The reason for the reduction in renewal rates is simply to save energy. Compared to previous OnePlus phones, the OnePlus 10 Pro does not perform as well when reducing the refresh rate. Unfortunately, this phone does this even when there is no need to change the refresh rate.

One example of this is when working with Apple Music. In this service, the lyrics of the songs are scrolled automatically and you do not interact with the screen manually; Therefore, the refresh rate of the OnePlus display does not reach 120 Hz in this case. However, since the phone’s screen refresh rate quickly drops to 30Hz, auto-navigation of song lyrics feels noticeably choppy. Apparently, this smartphone is somewhat aware of the movement of the content on the screen, and its refresh rate increases with the increase of text up to 60 Hz; But changing the refresh rate doesn’t always happen, and even if it did, content motion at 60 Hz would seem much less smooth than at 120 Hz. It is worse. Instagram is the best example to show this problem. This program contains still images and moving video elements and is designed so that when a video appears on the screen, the refresh rate will increase to 30 or 60 Hz, depending on the type of video. Also, OnePlus can’t seem to recognize 24-48 fps and 25-50 fps videos. Now, every time you scroll through content on Instagram with the OnePlus 10 Pro and a new video appears on the screen, the refresh rate drops to 60 or even 30 Hz in a very quick response. This happens while you are interacting with the device a lot and as a result, you will have a very poor content navigation experience. Gives; But it can’t capture the feeling you get when watching content at 120, 60, or even 30 Hz refresh rates. The biggest problem is also seen when moving the renewal rate. While a 60Hz refresh rate isn’t ideal per se, it’s perfectly functional. However, when scrolling through content, there is a very clear difference between 60Hz and 120Hz refresh rate.

For example, the user experience of scrolling through content on the OnePlus 10 Pro in the Flamingo app is very poor; Because no video is played on the screen. However, the phone shows a strange rubber band effect when scrolling through the app; Where content is displayed with a delay. This problem is very frustrating and can even be seen in 30fps video. The screen of this phone is so fast when scrolling content that it reduces the refresh rate to 1 Hz and seems to forget that the user is still scrolling content.

Although Instagram and Flamingo are among the applications that can be found on the OnePlus 10 Pro. They run in the worst way, navigation of content in other applications is also accompanied by problems. The display of this device randomly locks on 60Hz mode for long periods of time, and after scrolling the screen several times, the refresh rate will be corrected.

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The problem with the refresh rate of the OnePlus 10 Pro display It can be clearly seen in the above two videos and this issue does not need further explanation. The point is that this device has been facing such a problem since the beginning and even after the release of two software updates, no changes have been applied to it. In fact, we should mention that the second update of this phone makes the situation even worse and this problem can be seen especially in the Flamingo application.

Oneplus 10 Pro is an expensive phone; Therefore, buyers have high expectations from it. Such a problem cannot be justified even in a cost-effective device; Therefore, this problem cannot be ignored in a flagship product. For now, the only thing we can do for the content navigation problem on the OnePlus 10 Pro is to report it to the manufacturer and wait for it to be fixed.

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