The debut of Nothing’s first smartphone, the Nothing Phone, was set for July 12 by the co-founder of OnePlus, Carl Pei (1). Several high-quality renders of the device have been made available online by several sources, providing a complete picture of its appearance.
The photographs were obtained from Evan Blass, commonly known as @Evleaks, who has published multiple reliable leaks.
The smartphone is visible from various angles in white and black.
The back of the smartphone is transparent, revealing a sizable coil of the wireless battery charging mechanism. More than 900 tiny light-emitting diodes have been used to create a distinctive Glyph Interface lighting system (LEDs). They provide information on the charging procedure, various events, and messages received, as well as light music and camera-fill lighting.
The presence of an embedded fingerprint scanner and a panel with a refresh rate of 120 Hz were also confirmed by the developer. There is a little hole for the selfie camera in the upper left corner of this screen.
The Snapdragon 778G+ CPU from Qualcomm will power the Nothing Phone (1). A dual-camera is located at the back. According to reports, the smartphone will be offered in 8 and 12 GB RAM versions. The flash module’s capacity will be 128 or 256 GB in the first scenario and 256 GB in the second.
The OnePlus founder’s next smartphone, the Nothing Phone (1), will shortly make its debut, but the network already has information on its specs and cost. Together, they imply that the Nothing Phone (1) will be among the most inflated mid-range phones.
The price for the entry-level Nothing Phone (1), which has 128 GB of flash memory and 8 GB of RAM, is 470 euros (approximately $480). Nothing Phone (1) will not, however, provide anything particularly unique in terms of features.