OnePlus 12R owners are eligible for a limited-time full refund due to UFS error

The UFS 3.1 storage system is used on all variants of the OnePlus 12R, as confirmed by OnePlus recently. The announcement was delayed by the fact that interested consumers had already ordered their units. OnePlus 12R owners who are not satisfied with UFS 3.1 can receive a full refund according to OnePlus President and COO Kinder Liu.

The UFS saga has resulted in OnePlus 12R owners being able to claim a full refund

To summarize, the OnePlus 12R has two storage options: 128GB and 256GB. The UFS 4.0 storage system was only advertised for the 16GB + 256GB RAM and storage configuration. UFS 3.1 has slower read/write speeds, slower performance, and slower app loading speeds when compared to this.

A full refund is available for those who have purchased the OnePlus 12R 256GB model, as revealed by Liu in an official community forum post. Owners must contact the customer service teams who are believed to have been fully informed about the situation. It’s possible that the process is quite straightforward. It’s important to remember that the refund window is only valid until March 16th.

Impressive specifications are what make the OnePlus 12R a mid-range flagship. BOE X1 supplied an OLED display that measures 6.7 inches and features a 1.5K resolution, 4,500 nits peak brightness, and a 120Hz LTPO 4.0 refresh rate. A 50MP main sensor is the focal point of a triple rear camera setup. The phone has a Snapdragon 820 gen 2 processor installed inside, which is also accompanied by up to 16GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. The device is powered by a battery that is 5,000mAh and has the capability of fast charging at 100W.