Given the craze around the phone, many of you must consider buying the Nothing Phone (1). After all, this phone has a distinct appearance and a solid set of specs. However, there are a few reasons why you might reconsider buying Nothing’s new smartphone.
New Delhi, first published July 14, 2022, 12:10 p.m. IST
The Nothing Phone (1) was finally revealed on July 12, 2022, when it premiered in London, UK. Carl Pei explained the many features of the phone including specs and cost. Given the craze around the phone, many of you must consider buying the Nothing Phone (1). After all, this phone has a distinct appearance and a solid set of specs. However, there are a few reasons why you might reconsider buying Nothing’s new smartphone.
Boxed and heavy gadget
Although the design is one of its main advantages, there is a disadvantage that some may encounter. The Nothing Phone features a square shape with flat sides and a significantly larger screen, making it difficult to use with one hand. The gadget is also quite heavy. If you like a clean, minimalist look for your phone, the Nothing Phone isn’t for you (1). Other phones in this price range will look more luxurious without drawing too much attention.
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After sales service
One of the most important things to consider when buying a phone is after-sales service. After all, you never know how to protect your phones from drops or spills. All you can do is try your best to avoid any mistakes with your new phone. However, if you do, if your phone brand’s service centers are easily accessible, you will be able to fix the problem fairly quickly. Nothing currently has the aftermarket presence of its rivals.
No prior phone launch
Nothing had another product on the market before the launch of the Nothing Phone headphones (1). The earbuds have received great reviews, but the design has divided many buyers.
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No charger available with the smartphone
While companies such as Samsung have recently stopped offering chargers even with mid-range phones, nothing has followed suit since the beginning. Yes, there is no charger included in the retail package. You have to buy it individually. The gadget supports wireless charging which is unusual for a handset in the Rs 30,000 price category. However, only 15W charging is supported which means your phone will charge slowly.
Last updated July 14, 2022 at 12:10 PM IST