Nothing phone (1) hands-on: A basic phone that gets the basics right

As I sat in a trendy hotel room lobby across from Carl Pei, I couldn’t help but notice how cruelly dim it was compared to the gorgeous bright Summer Sun outside. It certainly wasn’t the venue I was hoping to use my Panasonic Lumix to capture the year’s most anticipated phone. That’s about the time the glyphs on the back of the Nothing phone (1) lit up, causing my pupils to constrict as they tried in futility to take in the contrast between bright LEDs and their dim surroundings. 

If nothing else, the Nothing phone (1) (opens in new tab) is a novel concept wrapped in a surprisingly affordable, yet sturdy package. From a distance, you might not be able to tell the difference between it and other great Android phones (opens in new tab). That is, either until you see its LED glyphs illuminate, or you get close enough to see its cleverly minimalist, transparent back.

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