In this article, we will be conducting a comprehensive speed test between Nothing Phone 1 and the latest device from Nothing, Nothing Phone 2. The aim is to explore the performance improvements and ascertain whether the newer Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor in Nothing Phone 2 outperforms the Snapdragon 778G+ in Nothing Phone 1. We will analyze various aspects, including boot-up times, fingerprint and face unlock speeds, app opening speeds, gaming performance, benchmark results, CPU throttling, and RAM management. By the end of this article, we will have a clear understanding of which phone emerges as the winner in this head-to-head speed test.
Specifications of Nothing Phone 1 and Nothing Phone 2
Nothing Phone 1 features the Snapdragon 778+ G Plus processor, while Nothing Phone 2 boasts the newer Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1. Both devices come with 8GB of RAM and utilize UFS 3.1 storage. Additionally, both phones are running the latest versions of their respective operating systems – Nothing Phone 1 is on version Nothing OS 1.5.6, while Nothing Phone 2 runs on Nothing OS 2.0.1.
Boot-Up Times and Unlocking Speeds
Upon performing the boot-up test, it was evident that Nothing Phone 2 outshined its predecessor. The newer device booted up significantly faster, taking approximately 7 to 10 seconds less than Nothing Phone 1. Regarding fingerprint unlocking, both devices performed equally well, with slight variations observed between the two. However, Face Unlock proved to be more consistent and quicker on Nothing Phone 2, significantly improving Nothing Phone 1.
App Opening Speeds
Testing various applications on both phones revealed exciting results. Nothing Phone 2 displayed faster app opening speeds in most cases, indicating its superior performance. Notably, applications like Chrome, Instagram, YouTube, and Amazon showed considerable improvements in loading times on Nothing Phone 2.
Benchmark Results and CPU Throttling
The benchmark results provided substantial evidence of the improved performance of Nothing Phone 2. Comparing the results from Geekbench and Antutu Benchmark, it was evident that the newer device scored significantly higher than Nothing Phone 1. CPU throttling tests also indicated that Nothing Phone 2 managed to maintain a lower throttling percentage, highlighting its superior performance under heavy loads.
RAM management was found to be similar on both devices, with most applications remaining in the background. Both Nothing Phone 1 and Nothing Phone 2 efficiently managed app memory, allowing for quick task switching and smooth multitasking.
The gaming performance of Nothing Phone 2 surpassed that of Nothing Phone 1. Light games such as Subway Surfer and Temple Run loaded noticeably faster on Nothing Phone 2. Similarly, heavy games like Battlegrounds Mobile India and Asphalt 9 performed more smoothly on the newer device.
In conclusion, Nothing Phone 2, powered by the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor, exhibited significant performance improvements compared to its predecessor, Nothing Phone 1, with the Snapdragon 778+ G Plus processor. The newer device showcased faster boot-up times, superior fingerprint and face unlock speeds, quicker app opening times, and enhanced gaming performance. Benchmark results further confirmed the performance gains of Nothing Phone 2. While RAM management remained consistent on both devices, the overall speed and efficiency of Nothing Phone 2 make it the clear winner in this speed test.
You can watch the whole video with detailed information on where Ashok (Techibee) did a comparison with most used apps and games.