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There’s No Specification of Why It Dimmed Phone 1 Brightness and What’s Next – Digikar

📱 2022-08-16 20:30:22 – Paris/France.

Recently, Nothing found itself in a bit of controversy after discovering that its Phone 1 didn’t meet the brightness specs outlined in its original ad. The company has now sent an official comment on Phone Brightness 1 to Android Authority.

In the press release provided by Nothing, the company mentions:

The hardware is capable of reaching a peak brightness of 1,200 nits, but this is currently limited by software to 700 nits. This decision was made to ensure a balanced user experience in terms of heat and battery consumption. We look forward to hearing from our users about this and will be monitoring feedback closely to understand if this should be resolved in future software updates.

In the documents provided to Android Authority, it was explained to us that 0-500 nits is considered the normal range for the Phone 1 and 500 nits can be achieved under usual conditions. However, the 500-700 high brightness range will only trigger when auto-brightness mode is enabled and the phone is under strong light. The 700-1,200 range is meant to be a special mode that is currently unavailable due to software limitations, at this time.

While the comment clarifies why the London-based company chose to limit brightness – despite the hardware being capable of more – it doesn’t necessarily explain why it chose to use the 1,200 nits measurement initially in its marketing. .

SOURCE : Digikar

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