The Nothing Phone (1) includes a remarkable plan that the company hopes will help it stand out from other mid-range phones. The “glyph interface” on its rear lights up when you receive a notice, shows the battery level while the phone is charging, and can be on as a top light for close-off shots.
Nothing, the company started by Carl Pei, a major supporter of OnePlus, recently announced its first cell phone (1). Its champion component is the plan, as it has a straight glass back, like the company’s Ear(1) headphones shipped a year ago.
There are some special-looking light bars under the glass that fill the need with style as well. They can serve as a modern notice light (you can isolate each application or mix and match contacts), a battery marker when the handset is charging, and fill light for photos. in the form of.
Phone (1) is pretty mid-officer. It comes with a 6.55-inch 1080 x 2400 OLED board with a 120 Hz revive rate and 240 Hz contact testing rate. It also includes a Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G+ SoC paired with up to 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. There’s a 4500mAh battery with 15W remote charging and 33W wired charging support. Even though you’ll have to purchase the charging block independently.
On the back is a 50-megapixel Sony IMX766 Essential camera with OIS and a 50-megapixel Samsung ISOCELL JN1 Ultrawide, while the front snapper is a 16-megapixel Sony IMX471. Various elements include an in-screen optical unique fingerprint sensor, Wi-Fi 6E assist, IP53 repellency, and water-blocking ratings. The handset comes with Android 12. Nothing guarantees three years of critical OS updates and four years of security patches.
Nothing Phone (1) will be discounted on July 21, starting at €469. It will distribute to more than 40 commercial regions, including China, Japan, India, and most European countries. Although the organization recently confirmed that it will not appear in the US.