Your OnePlus' battery draining? New touch screen drivers might be to blame
It has to be noted, still, that the problematic touch screen drivers were incorporated in a nightly build available to those interested in trying it out, rather than in an official stable build that's supposed to be bug-free. So chances are most OnePlus owners won't be affected, unless they are trigger-happy with Cyanogen updates. Understandably, OnePlus and Cyanogen will be looking to fix the issue in time for the final software update.
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- Hardware Qualcomm Snapdragon 801, 3GB RAM
- Storage 64GB,
- Battery 3100 mAh
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