Disassembling The Nothing Phone by a YouTuber (1): Video

Still a prominent issue is the Nothing Phone (1). It just recently went on sale, and it certainly is a fascinating phone. So that we can examine what’s inside, a YouTuber disassembled the Nothing Phone (1).

(1) A YouTube video showed the disassembly of the Nothing phone. The concerned YouTuber, Dave2D, created a 4-minute video about this, which is embedded below. Under the see-through glass, on the rear, he noticed something that looked like a switch that piqued his interest. As it turns out, what appears to be a switch is actually not one.

The backplate was hot, and he was able to detach it from the remainder of the phone as a result. He discovered several minor modules below, some of which are truly useful. One of them has a speaker module with pogo pins in it. That’s a clever strategy.

Advertisement Even without taking the phone apart, you can see the charging coil on the back. If you’re interested, you may watch this video to observe the phone being disassembled. Although that was not Dave’s aim, do keep in mind that the movie isn’t precisely a step-by-step disassembly guide.

THE PHONE’S BACK HAS MORE THAN 900 LEDS. As most of you are aware, the Nothing Phone (1) just recently debuted. It is a device with consistent bezels and a glass back that is transparent. Additionally, the device has over 900 LEDs on the back, which add to its appeal, especially at night.

Undoubtedly, this is one of the phones that the general public can recognize the simplest. It’s quite challenging to ignore that transparent backplate and the notification LEDs, or Glyphs.

Advertisement The Snapdragon 778G SoC powers the mid-range phone known as the Nothing Phone (1). Additionally, it has a really nice-looking 6.55-inch fullHD 120Hz display and 8GB or 12GB of RAM.

WIRELESS, REVERSE WIRELESS, AND WIRED CHARGING ARE SUPPORTED The smartphone includes a 4,500mAh battery and two 50-megapixel cameras on the rear. This phone also supports reverse wireless charging at a rate of 5W, 15W, and 33W.

Along with the company’s Nothing OS shell and Nothing Launcher on top of it, Android 12 is pre-installed. Along with many other things, stereo speakers may be found here. By going here, you can read more about the gadget.

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