The launch of the Nothing Phone (1) was marred by multiple display issues

Several users report issues with the display on the recently launched Nothing Phone (1). Some are complaining about a green tint, while others report a dead pixel near the front camera. Nothing should be aware of the issue and will hopefully release a fix soon.

There was a time when it would have been expected that the hype around the Nothing Phone (1) would die down, but it has become the center of attention once again after its launch. 

In contrast, though, this time users are taking to social media to complain about display issues with their shiny new Nothing Phone (1). Their complaints have been posted to Twitter, Reddit, and other forums with many users blaming it on software problems.

Some users are complaining that the display has a green tint that increases in intensity as the brightness level goes up.

It has been reported that moisture crept into the camera modules and rear chassis in one affected user and that there was a dead pixel near the front camera in another. 

While the spot of each pixel on a camera sensor varies depending on the camera, they are always located on the periphery of the sensor.

No word on when a fix will be released for the Nothing Phone (1). The company's official Twitter handle confirmed it is aware of the numerous issues with the device. 

It is possible to fix some of these issues using a software update, but for other issues, it might be necessary to replace the product completely.

Because many people have yet to get their hands on a device, the scope of the problem is not immediately apparent.

However, the issue seems to affect Indian users disproportionately, which suggests a manufacturing facility in the country could be responsible.

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