Nisto unveiled its smartphone, which we’ve seen for a long time with leaks and limited reviews, last week. But the product, which went on sale as the Nothing Phone (1), came with its problems. The first of these is the screen and water resistance.
Nothing Phone 1 came with green screen and dead pixel issues!
Some people who have purchased the Nothing Phone 1 have shared various issues this week. At the top of the list is the foldable AMOLED panel, which the company’s CEO Carl Pei says they’re using to reduce frame rates while saving money.
As you can see in the image above, some users have reported experiencing green color explosions on the screen of this device. It is not known if this problem, which can be noticed especially in the dark, is present on some devices or all.
Second, there is the problem of dead pixels that can be found all over the screen, especially around the front camera. It should not be forgotten that although there are still not many complaints like in the green screen, a limited number of sales have been made. In other words, we may see more of this problem in the thousands of devices that will go into mass production by next year.
Finally, there are some claims about waterproofing. Although the device is IP certified like all other smartphones, it will be waterproof if the limits are exceeded. However, users report that the camera area leaks even with light contact with water.
Nothing Phone 1 features and price!
The price of the Nothing Phone (1), which will be at the top of the mid-range segment, starts at £399. Of course, this applies to the base model with 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage. When the storage goes up to 256GB it costs £449. Also, if you want to make the RAM 12 GB, you will have to pay 499 pounds.
- Processor: Snapdragon 778G+
- GPU: Adreno 642L
- screen: 6.55 inches, FHD+, 120Hz, AMOLED panel
- Battery: 4500 mAh, 33W fast charging-15W wireless charging
- RAM: 8 GB / 12 GB
- Storage: 128 GB / 256 GB
- Camera: 50 megapixel 1/1.56 inch Sony IMX766 f1.88 sensor / 50 megapixel 1/2.76 inch f2.2 sensor
- OS: Android 12 / Nothing OS 1.0.2
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