Nothing Phone 1: Alleged leaks about the display and more

Nothing Phone 1: Alleged leaks about the display and more


from Alexander Ney
A hands-on video for the Nothing Phone (1) recently appeared on the Tik Tok video platform. The pictures from the “nothing.tech” channel confirm: Contrary to rumors to the contrary, Nothing’s first mid-range product actually has a 120 Hz display. Additionally, another video shows the device’s fingerprint sensor.

The advance sale of the Nothing Phone (1) is scheduled to start in a few days – on July 12, 2022. Now the “nothing.tech” channel has put a hands-on video online of the first smartphone from Nothing on the Tik Tok video platform. The system settings shown in it show that the Nothing Phone (1) does indeed have a 120 Hz fast AMOLED display. However, an LTPO panel that allows dynamic settings between 1 Hz and 120 Hz is missing here. Instead, only 60 Hz and 120 Hz options are available – with likely consequences when playing videos with frame rates outside of common standards. In addition, the power consumption of the Nothing Phone will be higher than that of devices equipped with LTPO panels.

Fingerprint sensor with acceptable response time

Another video for the Nothing Phone (1) shows the device’s fingerprint sensor, which is directly integrated into the display, in action. Find the scene in question at this youtube link. From this it can be concluded that the response time of the sensor is higher than in high-end smartphones. However, the lag is pretty much in line with what’s common in the current mid-range segment.

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Meanwhile, a leaker claims to have learned from a TÜV Süd certification that the Nothing Phone (1) can be charged with 11 volts at 3 amps – and thus 33 watts. The charger of the Nothing Phone supports a maximum of 45 watts. However, wireless charging via a Qi charging pad is still possible.

Source: via Notebook check



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