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The Nothing Phone 1 is finally arrived after much hype—unless you live in the USA. The Phone 1 had the problem of standing out in a crowded market after the surprisingly good Nothing Ear 1 earphones.
Everything you need, nothing you don’t, seems to have been the company’s guiding principle while designing its initial smartphone. And, of course, a dash of inventiveness. And when we examine the Nothing Phone (1)’s specifications, we can easily see that this has been done throughout.
The 6.55-inch OLED display on the Nothing Phone (1) has a 1080p resolution and 120Hz refresh rate. Additionally, the phone doesn’t actually require the most recent Snapdragon CPU due to its pretty conventional display. Because of this, Nothing chose the well-established Snapdragon 778G+ 5G chipset, which is capable but not the best.
The camera department also feels quite grounded, but enough none the less. At the rear, there is a 50MP dual camera with a wide-angle OIS lens for the primary camera and an ultrawide-angle AF lens for the secondary camera. On the opposite side, under a tiny display punch hole, is a 16MP selfie camera.
A 4,500mAh battery with 33W wired and 15W wireless charging capabilities is also included. There is also reverse wireless charging available.
But somewhere else is where the Nothing Phone (1) excels. The splash-resistant, one-of-a-kind transparent design comes first, followed by the lightning-quick Android 12 with Nothing UI and the distinctive Glyph lighting interface on the rear. The Nothing Phone (1) stands out in any crowd because to these. We’re thus curious.
It’s hazardous to not provide cutting-edge technology, but you can’t produce a €450 flagship in 2022. Not like it was eight years ago when the first OnePlus phones were released. And for that reason, we believe it was a wise choice to get a phone with the most practical capabilities rather than invest for frills like a LiDAR, a 4K screen, or a powerful chip that destroys battery life.
The absence of total ingress protection is the only significant shortcoming we can immediately see. Splash resistance is still useful, but for a phone with this much buzz, we were hoping for IP67.
Three memory configurations—8/128, 8/256, and 12/256—as well as two colour options—black and white—are offered for the Nothing Phone (1). The starting price for the basic model is €469, which is fairly affordable given, well, everything.
The packaging does not have a charger. The phone is compatible with USB-PD 3.0, allowing you to use any PD charger you may have at home.
One more thing: the factory-applied thin screen protector is included with the Nothing Phone (1). It is of greater than average grade and resists fingerprints as well as those seen on many Xiaomi phones.