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Nothing phone 1 review

Nothing phone 1 review. If you’re considering buying the Nothing Phone (1), a phone with a quirky appearance and respectable specs, be sure to check out our review or this summary of our thoughts in just five points.

HIGHLIGHTS

It is between Rs 32,999 and Rs 38,999 in India. On the 21st of July, Flipkart will offer the smartphone for the first time for purchase.

Check out our entire review before you buy the Nothing Phone (1), which has a fun design and decent specs. To save you the trouble of reading the lengthy review, we’ve broken it down into a series of five points. Nothing Phone (1) has a lot going for it, but there are a few areas where it could have been even better.

Design comes first. The Nothing Phone (1) is a new type of cell phone. The OnePlus Nord 2T and the Poco F4 5G, to name a few, don’t look anything like it. LED lights on the back of the phone light up whenever a new notification is received, such as a phone call, text message, or email. Thanks to its aluminium frames, as well as its Gorilla Glass 5 back and front, this phone feels solid in your hands. People with small hands may have difficulty using the Nothing Phone (1) because of its larger form factor. There are two colour options for the Nothing Phone (1): white or black.

 Nothing Phone (1) has two cameras on the back and one on the front. The primary camera on the back of the phone performs an excellent job. It is able to produce high-quality images in good lighting, and the colours appear to be true. In low light, the camera’s performance is also impressive, but the glyph camera mode enhances it even further. Macro photographs may be taken using the second ultrawide lens as well. This lens performs a good job in general, but details are lost when zoomed in. A few nuances can be lost in macro shots, as they are with other types of photography. In general, the front-facing camera performs a fine job. There’s a 6.55-inch OLED display on the Nothing Phone (1), but it’s a little dim in the outdoors. The phone has a maximum brightness of 1200 nits. Outside in direct sunshine, the maximum brightness of the phone’s screen was not sufficient. However, if you don’t mind a relatively dreary experience and aren’t fussy about your phone’s display, the Nothing Phone (1) should be OK. “It’s not that you won’t have joy reading through Insta feed with this phone,” I said in the review. It’s just that you won’t go “wow” while using it to play games or watch HD material.

 778+ SoC is combined with up to 12GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage on the Nothing Phone (1), which does not enable external storage. Although the Snapdragon 778+ SoC provides acceptable performance, as I already stated in the comprehensive review, it is not remarkable. In general, I was pleased with the performance of Phone (1), although there were a few situations where I considered the phone to be slow. Switching from one programme to another or putting an image into a photo editing app is the most common cause of this issue. Furthermore, the audio quality is excellent. The Phone (1)’s 4500mAh battery likewise lasts for around a day, but there is no charger included in the box. Fast charging at 33W is supported. It’s not possible to buy a 45W fast charger for Rs 2499 on its alone.

Software is another strong suit of the Nothing Phone (1). There is a Nothing OS layer on top of Android 12 on the Phone (1). The smartphone is simple to use and comes with a stock Android experience. This one has no advertisements or bloatware. Only a few Google apps and a few native Nothing apps will be included, though.

Indians can choose from one of three different versions of Nothing Phone (1). At Rs 32,999, the base variant with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage is available. For Rs 35,999, you get an 8GB RAM + 256G storage variant and Rs 38,999 a 12GB RAM + 256G storage model with 8GB of RAM.

Customers who preordered the Nothing Phone from Nothing have received a special offer (1). The phone will be available at an initial price of Rs 31,999 for 8GB RAM + 128GB storage variant, Rs 34,999 for 8GB RAM + 256GB storage model, and Rs 37,999 for 12GB RAM and 256GB storage model. Flipkart’s open sale for the Phone (1) will commence at 7 p.m. IST on July 21.

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FAQs:

Q1: Is it worth it to buy OnePlus?

If you’re willing to shell out roughly Rs 24,000, the OnePlus Nord CE 2 is an excellent smartphone. An adequate chipset, a sizeable battery that supports quicker charging (65W), an adequate primary back camera, and polished software are all included in one package.

Q2: Who is responsible for the Nothing phone’s production?

OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei’s new startup’s debut smartphone, the Nothing Phone (1), is notable for its design, not its performance.

Q3: Is There Nothing Phone made in China?

This time, Carl Pei, the co-creator of the Chinese smartphone brand OnePlus, is back with a new device, but this time under a different brand name: Nothing.

Q4: In which country is the Nothing phone made?

Carl Pei, a former co-founder of Chinese smartphone manufacturer OnePlus, also founded the London-based digital business Nothing. He claims that his company’s goal is to reintroduce the “joy” into technology.

Q5: Is there going to be a 13-inch iPhone mini?

This year’s flagship iPhones are the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini, which were released on September 14th, 2021 and are available with the more costly iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max. The iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini are perfect for those who don’t require a smartphone with a professional-level camera..

Jennie Marquez

Jennie is a Staff writer, contributor and has been writing about tech for over a decade. Jennie’s work at trendblog is to specialize in phones and tablets, but she also takes on other tech like electric scooters, smartwatches, fitness, mobile gaming and more. She is based in London, UK.
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