Nothing Phone (1) Durability Test Reveals Its Unbendable Body

The Nothing Phone (1) has a metal frame and an 8.3mm thick shell, but is it durable? JerryRigEverything's Zach Nelson ran the smartphone through a series of durability assessments. The YouTuber does the screen burn test to determine if pixels recover under severe heat. It survived his bend test without cracking, and the LED lights on the rear appear… read-more

Mon, 01 Aug 2022 - 09:00 PM / by Vidhi Jhunjhunwala

Tags: Nothing phone, Durability Test, Unbendable Body, Smart Phone, strong body

Courtesy: India today

Nothing Phone (1)

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Deliveries Of Nothing Phone (1) Delayed Due To Difficulty Of Assembling

Nothing Phone (1) is now available in India. Although the smartphone has already attracted a lot of interest, the business is having trouble delivering the phone to pre-booked clients due to the ramp-up of manufacturing. Customers who pre-booked the phone would receive it first, according to the company's guarantee. Manu Sharma, the head of Nothing India, personally addressed the problem and pledged to find a quick solution. 

Wed, 27 Jul 2022 - 09:05 AM / by Vidhi Jhunjhunwala

Tags: Nothing phone, Delivery, Smart Phone, Production, pre-order

Courtesy: India today


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VIVO's Affordable Phone To Be Launched Soon, Official Date Awaited

VIVO's new phone model V2140A, claiming to be named VIVO 15Y has surfaced internet recently. Believed to be an entry-level device, the model will have LTE connectivity, basic features, 6.51 screen, HD resolution, Octa-core CPU, improved battery, and storage. The new models, expected to be named VIVO Y15 will be better than the recently launched Y15-A and Y15-S. However, the official launch date for the surfaced model is awaited.

Tue, 07 Dec 2021 - 07:30 PM / by Varsha Joshi

Tags: Vivo , Smart Phone, INDIAN MARKET, MOBILES, Phones

Courtesy: ANI

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LG To Shut Its Smartphone Manufacturing Vertical; Cites Heavy Loss

South Korea-based electronic giant LG on April 5 announced its departure from the smartphone market, citing heavy loss. The company had earlier revealed of suffering $4.5 billion loss in the past six years. Interestingly, in the smartphone market, now led by Apple and Samsung, LG had become the third-largest player in 2013 due to its innovations. With the exit, LG aims to focus on electric vehicles, artificial intelligence and smart-homes.… read-more

Mon, 05 Apr 2021 - 02:11 PM / by Nikita Thakur

Tags: LG, business, Smart Phone, South Korea

Courtesy: BBC