Nothing phone (1) starts reaching customers… with screen problems

Deepak Gupta July 19, 2022
Updated 2022/07/19 at 2:27 AM

Nothing has just launched its phone (1), the first smartphone with numerous details that distinguishes it from the competition. The Glyph Interface, the set of LED lights positioned at the rear, is perhaps what stands out the most, but there is also induction and reverse charging in a mid-range smartphone, the 50 MP camera or the 6.55″ OLED screen. with a refresh rate of 120 Hz… but it’s on the screen that it seems to be having problems.

Nothing phone (1) starts reaching out to customers and leaving them unsatisfied.




The launch of Nothing phone (1) can be considered a huge success. The company saw the number of pre-orders skyrocketing even before launch, which forced delivery times to be extended.

Carl Pei even came to make a statement indicating that "customers with pre-orders were all being treated with priority". He also explained that the demand for the phone (1) was huge and, therefore, they had to expand the shipping estimates and that everyone would be working to respond to requests quickly.

However, with some units to be delivered, it seems that the problems of this brand newcomer to the market have also started to arrive.

There are already several reports of problems associated with the screen. Some customers have dead pixels in the front camera area, where the screen is perforated in the upper left corner.

In addition to this problem that is reported with the first image above, which was shared on twitterthere is also the problem of the screen with a greenish cast.

Although no solution has been presented to customers, Nothing is not trying to hide the problem, assuming it and ensuring that something will be done so that customers are not harmed.

Faulty OLED screens seem to be largely responsible for such a problem, although it is not guaranteed.

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