Design of Nothing Phone 1 revealed

Design of Nothing Phone 1 revealed

Nothing, the consumer tech company founded by OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei, has unveiled the back design of its first smartphone, the Phone 1. In a tweet, Pei stated, “Leaks are harder to conceal nowadays, and many of you have been waiting for a long time.” “All right, here it is.” On July 12th, during the next event, the phone will be officially unveiled.

The picture backs up some of the reports about the phone’s design that have been circulating. The phone includes lighting light strips on the back, which look to be made of transparent material, as Pei previously confirmed to The Verge in an interview. teased the arrangement of these light strips at a prior event.

Design of Nothing Phone 1

Design of Nothing Phone 1 revealed

Surprisingly, a logo can be seen in the centre of the phone’s back, which resembles the silhouette of a cartoon bomb. A Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU, wireless charging, and a customised version of Android known as Nothing OS are among the phone’s other confirmed features. Nothing, without a doubt, intends to gradually divulge more facts in the lead-up to the phone’s formal unveiling next month.

Design of Nothing Phone 1 revealed

says “Designed with purpose” like the phone’s (1) design. Warmth abounds. “As well as happiness.” We can see a volume rocker on the left side of the phone and a power button on the other side, which appears to have flat edges. Nothing else specifies that phone (1) is built from materials that were chosen with care.

Nothing phone (1) is expected to launch with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 CPU and 45W quick charging, based on earlier clues. Nothing OS, which is based on Android 12, will be in charge of the software. Stay tuned to our webpage for additional information about the gadget as it approaches its July 12 debut.

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