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Nothing Phone 1 Full Reviews Part 2

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Nothing Phone 1 Full Reviews Part 2

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In the first part of this review, we covered the Everything Phone 1’s price, Glyph interface, Camera quality, and Water-resistance rating. After that, we moved on to discuss the device’s other features. We analyzed the Everything Phone 1’s price and performance to see how well it meets our needs.

Nothing Phone 1 Review
Nothing Phone 1 Review

Everything Phone 1 price


The Everything Phone 1 is a new budget smartphone from Nothing. It’s available direct from the company, via Amazon in the UK and Flipkart in India, and on O2 in the UK. It’s priced below the competition, including the Google Pixel 6 and the Samsung Galaxy S22. It’s also priced below midrange phones such as the OnePlus Nord 2T and Samsung Galaxy A53.

The Everything Phone 1 is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G+ processor. It’s a little older than the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 and Snapdragon 7 Gen 1, but still capable. It also has 8GB of RAM and either 128GB or 256GB of storage. It also supports wireless charging and reverse charging.

The Nothing Phone 1 will be available in over 40 countries, although it won’t be released in the United States at the moment. There’s no word yet on when it will be released in the United States, though the company has said they hope to do so someday. The phone will initially be available in the UK and parts of Europe, but the company hopes to release it in the US in the future.

While the Everything Phone 1 isn’t an iPhone 13 Pro or Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra competitor, it’s an impressively comfortable phone to hold. Its software is simple, and although the company left out many features for simplicity, it’s a great choice for everyday use. The Phone 1 will be available at kiosks in the UK starting on July 16th, 2022.

One of the phone’s most unique features is its Glyph Interface, which consists of lights and haptics that activate when your phone rings or a notification comes in. The phone also has a customizable notification alert feature and 10 different ringtones. The Glyph Interface can also display the charging status.


Glyph interface


The Glyph interface on the Nothing Phone 1 is a novel design element. The rounded edges give it an elegant structure. The sleek design resembles futuristic tech. It is also very convenient. Though the Glyph interface may frighten some, once you use it, the apprehensions quickly go away.

Besides its unique design, the Nothing Phone also sports a competent Android software, although the camera is below average and the build quality is not impressive. It is worth considering, however, the price and style of the device. The Glyph Interface treads a fine line between feature and gimmick. It also lacks any previous phone to emulate its look.

The Glyph Interface offers an interesting way to distinguish between notifications and calls. It can also serve as a ring light that can illuminate nearby subjects without overshadowing them. This feature is paired with a customizable light pattern and sounds. Moreover, there’s a flip-to-glyph mode, which switches on the notifications light mode when the phone is placed face down.

In terms of hardware, the Nothing Phone (1) comes with a 6.55-inch OLED display with a refresh rate of 120Hz. Though the Snapdragon 778G+ 5G chipset isn’t the most powerful on the market, it’s more than capable of handling most tasks. A 50MP dual-camera with a wide-angle OIS lens and an ultra-wide-angle lens is built into the back of the phone. The phone also features a 16MP selfie camera in the display punch hole.

In terms of design, the Glyph interface of the Nothing Phone 1 isn’t the most innovative, and it’s far from being the most original Android smartphone. It’s certainly not the most original looking Android device, but it’s still well-made and crafted. While the Glyph interface on the Nothing Phone 1 isn’t terribly unique, it does have a very sleek appearance. The buttons and ports are all aligned and the edges are smooth, and the design evokes Cupertino.


Camera quality


The Nothing Phone 1 is a relatively budget phone with a solid camera. It is able to capture vibrant pictures, though the resolution is not as high as it could be. The camera is not a flagship, and is not as good as the Galaxy S22 Ultra, but it still works very well. However, if you are looking for a flagship with flagship features, then you should consider the real flagships from Xiaomi and Realme.

The Nothing Phone 1 is not exactly an original design. Instead, it borrows from the modernist maps of Massimo Vignelli. However, the design is very similar to other smartphones in its price range. It has symmetrical bezels and a near identical port and button layout. The design also gives the phone an appealing Cupertino vibe.

Another notable feature of the Nothing Phone 1 is the display. The display is a 6.55-inch OLED panel with 120Hz adaptive refresh rate. The display also supports HDR10+ colour. It also features Gorilla Glass 5 protection. The display is also flexible, which allows for symmetrical bezels.

The camera quality is another area of concern. The primary camera uses a 50MP Sony IMX766 sensor, which is also found in the ROG Phone 6. This sensor offers an f/1.8 aperture. The secondary lens is a 50MP Samsung JN1 sensor. The front camera is 16MP. While this is not the best camera on a phone, it can do a decent job.


Water-resistance rating


The Nothing Phone 1 is an excellent value for the price. It comes with Gorilla Glass 5 covering the front, and a brushed aluminum body that’s both durable and lightweight. The phone isn’t super slim, but it is satisfyingly heavy, and its buttons have great haptics. The vibration motor is especially precise and accurate, and delivers a wide range of feedback. It also supports wireless charging, which is convenient for those who don’t want to tangle cords.

Water-resistance rating: The Nothing Phone 1 has an IP53 rating, meaning it won’t get destroyed if you accidentally drop it in water or spill liquid on it. While this is better than nothing, it’s not waterproof, and you shouldn’t submerge it in water to use it. In addition, it won’t be covered under warranty if it’s dropped into water.

The screen: The screen is a 6.55-inch FHD+ OLED with a maximum refresh rate of 120Hz. The screen also supports HDR10+ playback. Inside, the Nothing Phone 1 has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G Plus 5G processor, and either 8GB or 12GB of RAM. It has a choice of 128GB or 256GB of storage.

Water-resistance rating: As the Nothing Phone is designed to withstand rain and other weather conditions, it is not a smartphone for the average consumer. However, it does offer some great features, and it has an affordable price tag. It is an excellent phone, but it does come with a few flaws. For starters, it is not sold in the United States, which limits its marketability. It is available for purchase in India.

The company is planning to release the Nothing Phone in selected countries, including the UK and Europe. Unfortunately, there is no plan to launch it in North America. While the device is available in a limited number of markets, it is expected to fall in the lower end of the price spectrum. Despite the high hype, the company isn’t quite ready to launch it in the US at this time.


Repairability


The repairability of the Nothing Phone 1 is very limited. Its build and modular design make it difficult to access parts and replace components. Fortunately, a teardown video is available for this device. You can also learn how to disassemble it and replace individual components. A review by a consumer tech blog gave the Nothing Phone a 3 out of 10 repairability rating. The phone is splash resistant and supports 15W wired and wireless charging. Its price is $745 for a 12GB+256GB model.

One of the things that make this phone difficult to teardown is its battery. Although the battery is removable, the back panel is not. Consequently, it is difficult to see inside the device. However, a YouTube video uploaded by PBK Reviews shows that it can be repaired. It is important to note that the design of the smartphone uses a lot of screws and connectors that can be problematic. If you’re unsure about the level of repairability of a particular component, you can always try to perform a teardown first.

While the Not-So-New Phone has a plastic screen protector, it can be damaged. Unlike other smartphones, its glass screen is scratch-resistant at Mohs hardness level six. In addition, a scratch can cause a white mark on the display. Repairability of Nothing Phone 1 is a major problem, but it is not impossible to repair the device.

While the build quality of the Nothing Phone 1 is excellent, some consumers have expressed concerns over how durable it is. Some early buyers reported assembly defects and display problems. Other buyers have tried to tear it apart to test its durability. However, this did not go as well as hoped and the phone almost broke apart.

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