Carl Pei Has Confirmed Nothing Phone (1) Launch Date

Nothing Launcher

Nothing has been in the news a lot in the previous several days because of its impending smartphone. While we’ve covered a variety of speculations and claims about the gadget, it appears that the most recent information has disclosed its debut date.

Carl Pei, the company’s creator, is the one who broke the news about the introduction of the Nothing Phone (1). The brand has yet to divulge any other information about the smartphone or its debut. However, the firm’s senior executive may have verified the phone (1)‘s launch date. Pei was asked about the launch date for the company’s first device by a Twitter user. Carl answered with the enigmatic text “6/9 at 4:20” in response.

Date For The Nothing Phone (1)

It’s unknown what these numbers mean right now, but they’re thought to be the handset’s debut date. According to the US date format, the smartphone might be released on June 9, 2022. To put it another way, it may be a summer launch. Carl Pei is known for building anticipation for new goods, so we may anticipate the Nothing Phone (1) to be treated similarly.

Carl Pei Has Confirmed Nothing Phone (1) Launch Date

When it comes to the phone itself, the Phone (1) is expected to operate on the Nothing OS launcher, which is based on Android 12. The gadget might also include a 6.43-inch AMOLED display with Full HD+ resolution and a 90Hz refresh rate. The handset is said to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G processor. This has an internal storage capacity of 128GB and 8GB of RAM. A 50-megapixel triple camera array and a big 4,500mAh battery pack are also said to be included in the smartphone.

See also  Nothing Phone (2) is scheduled for July 11

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