Nothing Phone (1) is the first smartphone from the young manufacturer headed by Karl Pei. It will be launched in July 2022, and a successor has already been developed. But that didn’t stop it from being screen-level tested by DxOMark recently.
The device scored a modest score of 120 points, placing it 89th in the global rankings and, more interestingly, 12th in the ‘high-end’ rankings. It scored the same as the Galaxy A54 5G, but falls short of the Pixel 7a or Pixel 7, which scored 140 points in this ranking.
DxOMark says the Nothing Phone screen (1) is light, accurate, and responsive. The device provides a comfortable haptic experience when browsing the internet and using social media.
However, DxOMark notes that uneven screen color and brightness can affect readability. Especially in sunlight, the screen lacks the necessary brightness to be sufficiently readable. Image flickering is also mentioned, which can interfere with the fluidity of the game.
Advantages of the Nothing Phone screen (1)
Weaknesses of the Nothing Phone screen (1)
Note that the Nothing Phone (1) has a 6.55-inch AMOLED screen with an 86.4% screen-to-body ratio. It has a resolution of 1080 x 2400 pixels, a refresh rate of 120 Hz and a peak brightness of 700 nits.
If you want to know more about Nothing Phone (1), check out our dedicated review. For more information on phone screen tests (1), check out the DxOMark website.
Source: 4G News
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