OnePlus has acknowledged the issue and said it is investigating the problem. A handful of OnePlus 5 owners have complained that the device will reboot itself once 911 is called, preventing them from reaching emergency services.
OnePlus owner Nick Morelli posted about the flaw on the OnePlus subreddit, noting that he was able to replicate the reboot process over multiple test calls. It abruptly reboots when the user tries to dial the 911 emergency hotline.
This, while the most serious issue OnePlus 5 users have encountered, isn't the only problem that users of the smartphone have reported.
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At least $5 billion in private troubled student loans may be dismissed because paperwork that proves loan ownership is missing. In a review of court records, the newspaper found several similar cases contain incomplete ownership records, as well.
Redditor ObscureProject wrote: "There has been only one instance in my life when I had to dial 911, and let me tell you, it was hard enough dialing those 3 numbers".
It's unclear what is causing the issue, but Redditors are speculating that it might have something to do with the phone's Global Positioning System feature, which could mean that the bug isn't limited to 999 calls.
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Smith, who played 13 seasons in Carolina , also said he learned he was released when he heard the news on the radio. Pro Bowl tight end Greg Olsen is also hopeful of an extension, although he has two years left on his current deal.
"We have contacted the customer and are now looking into the issue", the company said, according to the report.
The OnePlus 5 offers a lot of features you don't usually see in a phone that costs under $500 like a dual camera, lightning fast fingerprint sensor, and a Snapdragon 835 SoC. OnePlus responded to the issue by sating that the jelly-like effect is "natural" and that "there's no variance in screens between devices".
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