Two users of the Nothing Phone (1) have recently reported a green line issue on their displays. One user shared three photos that show a straight green line on the right side of the screen, from top to bottom. This green line appears on top of the actual interface and is visible everywhere. According to the user, it’s a hardware issue that cannot be fixed and the company should provide a display replacement if the phone is still under warranty.
Nothing Phone (1) users report green line display issue
Another user faced a similar issue last month and reached out to the company through Twitter. The Nothing company responded to the user’s tweet a day later, saying “Thank you for reaching out to us. Please check your inbox for our detailed response.” It’s unclear whether the company provided a resolution to the issue.
Nothing Phone (1) joins list of brands facing display problems
It’s worth noting that this issue is not unique to the Nothing Phone (1). Other brands like OnePlus, Samsung, and Xiaomi have also faced similar problems with their AMOLED and OLED displays. With Nothing Phone (1) joining the list, it’s difficult to say which brand is the most reliable when it comes to display issues.
If you are a user of the Nothing Phone (1) and experience a green line issue on your display, it’s recommended that you visit the service center immediately. If your phone is still under warranty, you may be eligible for a display replacement.
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Nothing OS 2.5 Open Beta 1 with Android 14 Announced for Nothing Phone (2)
Nothing company has announced its next significant update “Nothing OS 2.5 Open Beta 1” for Nothing Phone (2) users. This new update is based on Android 14. Starting tomorrow, users of the Phone (2) can expect this update on their devices. If there are any special steps needed to install it, the company promises to provide guidance.
The announcement about Nothing OS 2.5 Open Beta 1 came via the company’s official X handle, which used to be known as Twitter. According to their post, more details about this update will be shared on October 11.
However, there’s a bit of a wait on the specifics. Nothing hasn’t yet confirmed the exact time the update will be released. So for now Phone (2) users have to wait for a little while until the next announcement from the company.
Nothing Glyph Composer app receives a small update to fix bugs
Recently, new sound pack “Sampha” was added to the app. Now the composer app has got a new update 1.3.2. The What’s New section says,”Various bug fixes.”
However, I personally didn’t face any issues or bugs with the app on my Nothing Phone (1) and Phone (2). But still company tries to make its app better than before so that no user gets a bug while using it.
Nothing Opens Service Centre in Bengaluru with More to Follow
Nothing the UK tech startup led by Founder Carl Pei opened its first service centre in Bengaluru. This service centre promises product repairs in just two hours. They plan to open four more in the next few months. The goal is to have 35 centres in India by 2025.
Before the launch of the Nothing Phone (2) in July the company had shared plans to open their first service centre in August. Now it’s open on 100 Feet Road in Indira Nagar.
Customers who visit the service centre can get quick support for their Nothing products. This was reported by the Indian Express and mentioned by Nothing’s Vice President Manu Sharma. They aim to fix products in two hours. If repairs take longer they’ll give customers another device to use. Fun fact: customers can play arcade games like Pac-Man while they wait.
The Indira Nagar service centre will also offer discounts on repairs on the second weekend of every month. Like Apple’s free sessions in its stores there will be tech workshops in the service centre.
Nothing India officially announced this on their X profile (previously known as Twitter).
After Bengaluru the company plans to open centres in Chennai, Delhi, Hyderabad, and Mumbai. They revealed this plan in July. They will open 15 more centres next year. The aim is to reach 35 centres by 2025.
Here is the Google Map location for Nothing Service Centre in Bengaluru: Link
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