Design of Nothing Phone 1 came even before the launch date
Design of Nothing Phone 1 came even before the launch date

The first smartphone from “Nothing” will be launched in India on 12th July. A much-anticipated smartphone from Carl Pei’s startup, “Nothing”, has finally been unveiled. The company launched the phone with a different design from the transparent design expected.

A picture of “Nothing Phone (1)”‘s rear view has been shared on the company’s website and social media accounts.

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Know the “Nothing Phone (1)” Look

The phone’s rear has an asymmetrical design. The rear features dual cameras and a charging coil that appears to be wireless. Besides these metal plates, there are also some visible metal plates that appear to cover the internal components of the phone. The phone has a design and looks similar to Nothing Ear’s (1) earbuds, but the earphones don’t have a completely transparent design. It is also unclear whether the company will provide more than one color variant of the phone at launch or whether the device will come in just one white color.

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Nothing Phone 1 Launch Date
Nothing Phone 1 Launch Date

“Nothing Phone 1” has some light strips on the rear as well. This might also function as a notification indicator. Among other features, the phone has separate buttons for power and volume.

Nothing Phone (1) Launch Date

Next month, on July 12, “Nothing Phone 1” will be launched. Snapdragon 700-series chipsets may be used in the device. Wireless charging and 45W fast charging are supported. There will be more information about the “Nothing Phone (1)” and its custom skin – Android-based NothingOS in the coming days.

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