Today, Nothing officially unveiled its first smartphone, the Nothing Phone (1). We’ve already covered the phone’s introduction and discussed its features, including its cameras. This time, we’ll concentrate on the battery issue. The box of the Nothing Phone (1) is extremely tiny for a reason, but it allows both wired and wireless charging.
(1) THE Nothing Phone is devoid of a charger. The Nothing Phone (1) does not have a charger, as you could have predicted. On the inside, you’ll find a Type-C cable, but you’ll need to supply a charger. In relation to it, up to 33W of PD3.0 wired charging is supported. You can therefore purchase a charger that adheres to the same standard or the official charger from Nothing. There is no warning that you should only use Quick Charge 4.0 compatible chargers to charge the device.
Consider wireless charging. The open standard is supported by the gadget, so that’s good. It enables dual charging and 15W Qi wireless charging. Additionally, Qi reverse wireless charging up to 5W is enabled.
Advertisement You may be curious about the battery’s size. The 4,500mAh battery pack that powers the Nothing Phone (1) is provided and, of course, isn’t detachable.
THE DEVICE DOES SUPPORT 15W WIRELESS, 33W WIRED, ANDAMP; CHARGING. Do you know how long it will take to charge this battery pack? Although 33W charging is not the fastest available, it will be more than sufficient for the majority of individuals. Carl Pei stated that it takes about an hour to fully charge the phone, but we are unable to be more precise because we haven’t truly tested the device yet. Based on similar charging features offered by other phones, that.
Of course, 15W Qi wireless charging will take a lot longer. However, you can utilize that wireless charging with pretty much any Qi-compatible charger, which is advantageous.
Advertisement How long this battery will survive on a single charge is yet to be determined. Despite not being the largest battery pack on the market, this 6.55-inch fullHD display is still quite large. It does have an adjustable refresh rate of 120Hz.
The phone’s Snapdragon 778G SoC will aid in reducing battery usage as well because it isn’t overly power-hungry. It will be interesting to see how the software will integrate all of those elements and how long the battery will survive.