Last month, Carl Pei, a former co-founder of OnePlus, introduced the Nothing Phone (1), the company’s first smartphone, globally – Do check out our review here.
There was no early promotion for the phone’s 1,200 nit maximum peak brightness, which is only available in specific HDR video applications. A recent report from ComputerBase, on the other hand, says that the Nothing Phone (1) can only give out 700 nits right now. Additionally, the German journal discovered that the highest rating would never exceed 700 nits in a test conducted in July. It was claimed that tests were conducted using various HDR videos, including average picture levels.
Moreover, if the display panel can reach as much as 1200 nits of brightness, it is potentially accurate. However, if there is a software limit of 700 nits, then that’s the more accurate number to use in marketing, and it seems like there’s something missing, but however, following these reports, the company responded with the following statement to GSMArena: