OnePlus has been quite prolific at pushing out fixes for its latest flagship, and another update for the 7 Pro is starting to roll out as we speak.
OxygenOS 9.5.7 includes a huge pile of camera improvements and tweaks, as well as a fix for the recent "ghost" or "phantom" touch problem which could cause random and annoying taps at the top of the screen for some phones in certain circumstances.
It isn't clear if this also resolves the issue with the 7 Pro rejecting touch input at the top corners, as the changelog is a bit vague on the details.
We can't independently confirm that the issue is fixed just yet, the update is currently in a limited rollout, but reports from those that have installed it indicate it does fix the problem.
Read the full article at: Android Police
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