Some users report green tint issues on their Nothing phone (1) displays Some users report green tint issues on their Nothing phone (1) displays. Some users report green tint issues on their Nothing phone (1) displays One user bought theirs from Flipkart, sent it back because of the tint, but the replacement unit had the same issue. There’s more – some units have defects around the selfie camera punch hole. This is very similar to what happened with some Pixel 6 units.
The Nothing phone (1) is the most recent device to succumb to the green tint, which occasionally plagues manufacturers of smartphones with AMOLED displays. But as several customers claim on Twitter, that is not the only QA issue the new company’s debut smartphone is experiencing. The “green tint” problem is self-explanatory, but you can see what it looks like in the photographs below.
Nothing’s Twitter team has acknowledged the issue, but there is still no official guidance on what you should do if your phone (1) has similar issues. For now it is best to contact the store you bought it from. Less than a week after Opensignal, using a comprehensive new set of statewide testing, scored T-Mobile higher than Verizon and AT&T in both 5G performance and overall network experience, Ookla is effectively saying the same in its most recent in-depth US market study. In Q2 2022, the organisation responsible for the wildly popular Speedtest tool undoubtedly conducted its own thorough measurements of a number of important network indicators across the country, coming to the general conclusion that the “Un-carrier” is superior to the competition in almost all respects.