Green tint on screen, black dot near punch hole: Nothing Phone (1) display issues reported by users

Nothing is replacing the faulty units of the Phone (1), but they have issues too.

  • Nothing recently launched its first-ever smartphone, the Nothing Phone (1).
  • Several users have begun noticing various issues with their bought device.
  • Issues like green tint display, defected punch-hole camera have recently been reported.

Not too long ago, Nothing released its first-ever Android smartphone, dubbed the Nothing Phone (1). The device has been one of the most talked-about smartphones lately, but is certainly not free from its own set of problems. Those who pre-ordered the Nothing Phone (1) via Flipkart have started receiving their respective devices, and some of them have already started reporting several issues with the device. Turns out, some Nothing Phone (1) phones have multiple hardware-level issues. Let’s take a look.

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Nothing Phone (1) issues reported so far

For those unaware, a green tint issue is a pretty common nightmare for brands launching devices with AMOLED panels and is, well, “Nothing” new. We have seen several smartphones suffering the same fate in the past and now, the Nothing Phone (1) has been added to the list. The green tint issue, as the name suggest, causes the device’s display to malfunction, as the dark segments of the display will have a green tint.

Nothing Phone (1) green tint

One user, who bought the Nothing Phone (1) via Flipkart, had to send it back in a hope to receive a problem-free device, but the replacement unit also had the same issue.

Adding to the green tint issue is the defective selfie camera problem, which many have been facing. The punch-hole selfie camera of several Nothing Phone (1) units has somewhat extended further, and is clearly not a good sight for anyone. The image below is from a unit sent to Beebom.

Nothing Phone (1) camera issue

While the Nothing team has already acknowledged the issues and the ones affected will most likely get a replacement unit, it is still a tad disappointing to see a brand’s pilot smartphone showing such issues. So far, Nothing has not issued an official guidance on what one should do if their Nothing Phone (1) shows similar signs of issues. We can only hope that the next crop of the Nothing Phone (1) produced from the factories is free from these issues. Meanwhile, if you want to check out our Nothing Phone (1) review, you can head to our previous coverage for the same.