What's the word on software support and updates though?I only like this phone, due to it running a very close version of stock Android, or should I say, stock Pixel type OS. We need more phones running stock no bloatware Android.
They are and they aren't. It would've been nice to have a faster processor and otherwise compete with flagships, but this might be a shrewd play on Nothing's part: aim at the people who want a capable, attention-getting phone but balk at the thought of paying the usual premium prices. The twenty-something who wants more than a basic phone but still has to make the most of their just-out-of-school income.I like the look of it, but the specs etc. are a bit of a let down. However, it's a moot point since its not coming to the US.
Eh, they're probably not paid off; the hyperbolic ones might just be overstating the case. From everything I've seen, the Nothing Phone 1 is a good all-round mid-range phone that just happens to have a flashy design. It's not game-changing, but it's still worth a look.This phone has some crazy marketing. I don’t see or hear anyone talk about it in the usual places but every day there is a google news section for it with what I assume are paid for tech blog articles about it hyping it like it’s the next big thing.