OnePlus has come a long way since it thought selling the OnePlus 2 without NFC was a good idea—the OnePlus 5 is a good phone, despite the foibles. OnePlus' support, on the other hand, could use some work. After misleading customers about the jelly scrolling situation, OP is responding to praise with apologies.

After surely being hammered by jelly scrolling complaints, a tweet from @imsarathrk would have been a chance to take a bow. Instead, OnePlus support completely misunderstood.

Sarath was just letting everyone know he liked the battery life on his OnePlus 5. @OnePlus_Support mistook this for a complaint somehow, and fired back a scripted reply asking for more information. Yikes. It's like a robot is running the account. Not robotic enough? Here's another tweet from that thread with another clueless OnePlus reply.

So, a specialist in India will get back to Dwaipayan about the quality of OnePlus' Twitter support? Sounds like a plan. Okay, but really... if OnePlus is going to have support reps on Twitter #engaging with customers, it would be good for them to have the proper expertise to tell the difference between compliments and complaints.

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OnePlus appears to have deleted the original reply, so here are some screenshots.