￼Nothing Phone 1 Users Complain of Green Tint, Dead Pixels on Screen
Several tech enthusiasts have hailed the Nothing Phone (1) since it recently found its way into the international market a few weeks ago. The phone has a unique design idea, and the LED backlights are the icing on the cake. However, some users appear to be having problems with the AMOLED display as they notice a green tinge.
Nothing Phone (1) Display Problem
According to a report from Android Authority, users in India are having problems with their brand-new phones’ green little displays. Users of the Nothing Phone 1 have not reported any problems with their phones. Many of them assert that the screens of the phones they got have a green hue. Some of them tweeted brief videos of the flaw. Several consumers even claim that the replacement phones had the same flaw. Nothing unveiled its first phone this week, but it soon came under fire for two reasons: first, a parody video that claimed the company didn’t provide review devices to South Indian content makers, and second, screen problems.
A few users created brief internet movies to draw attention to the green tint on the Nothing Phone 1 screen. A consumer reported getting a phone with dead pixels close to the camera hole cutout.
Not just a few users, but we also received a slightly tinted smartphone. You can hear it in the podcast we’ve included below. Furthermore, this is not the first time it has occurred. Numerous OLED-equipped devices, including the Pixel 6, Pixel 6 Pro, iPhone 12, Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, and others, have had tint issues. In the past, the software has been used to address the problem of color tint.
The Nothing Phone 1 features a 6.55-inch full-HD+ (1,080×2,400 pixels) OLED display with a 120Hz adaptive refresh rate and Corning Gorilla Glass protection. The display’s characteristics include 1,200 nits of maximum brightness, 402 PPI pixel density, and compatibility for HDR10+.
Nothing has formally acknowledged the problem or justified what is occurring. The business has also stated that they will release software updates to calibrate the display and address the green tint problem.
One may assume that this is a one-off problem. However, Reddit users have also noticed a green tinge on specific Nothing Phone 1’s display areas.
However, it is not the only problem people using Nothing Phone 1 unit have. People at Beebom have noticed dead pixels next to the selfie camera within three hours of using their device. Another user on Twitter reportedly noticed this problem.