The rumoured design of the Nothing First smartphone has leaked online


Nothing, the startup founded by OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei a few years ago, has released TWS earbuds – Nothing Ear 1. The business has been working on a few new goods, which will be released soon.

 Nothing First smartphone has leaked

The firm has been teasing the release of its next product, and if reports are to be believed, the company’s first smartphone will be released in the coming weeks. A purported photograph of the gadget has now been released ahead of time.

Carl Pie was photographed with a purported Nothing smartphone, which was published by Evan Blass. The company’s founder appears to be demonstrating the device to someone in the shot.

Nothing First smartphone leaked

The rumoured design of the Nothing smartphone has leaked online

The smartphone’s appearance isn’t evident from the leaked photograph, but it does disclose a black rear panel and a circular camera module with an LED flash. The gadget seen in the photograph is almost certainly a prototype model.

A few weeks ago, there was a Twitter thread from Carl Pei which revealed that the business is working on a new smartphone powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon-series chipset and running the Android operating system.

On Twitter, the business also posted a photo of a translucent frame that looks to be a smartphone but maybe something else. Given the teasers, the next product from the brand will almost certainly include a transparent body, similar to the Nothing Ear (1).

Nothing is working on five additional devices, which include a power bank and wireless earbuds, as well as a smartphone. According to recent sources, the company’s next power bank may be called Nothing Power (1), and the company’s first smartphone may be branded Nothing Phone (1). Both of these items will be available later this year.

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