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OnePlus says the “jelly” scrolling effect on OnePlus 5 is “natural”

The phone itself has been well received and mostly praised in reviews. That's not to say the phone doesn't have its own issues. One thing that people have been complaining about is a "jelly" effect when scrolling.
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