Nothing released its first smartphone called the Nothing Phone (1)

The phone comes with a recycled aluminum frame, 6.55-inch 1080×2400 120Hz OLED touchscreen with 1200 nits peak brightness, 240Hz touch sampling rate, Gorilla Glass 5 on top and symmetrical bezels on all four sides, Snapdragon 778G+ chipset on steering wheel, as well as a dual rear camera system consisting of a Sony IMX766 1/1.56″ 50MP f/1.88 main sensor with optical image stabilization and an ultrawide 50MP F/2.2 Samsung JN1 1/2.76″ sensor with a 114-degree field of view. . On the other hand, a 16-megapixel Sony IMX471 selfie camera is located in the punch hole on the display.

The phone Nothing (1) is white and black

Speaking of things built into the screen, the fingerprint sensor is also one of them, and since Nothing mentions anything about it being ultrasonic, we’re assuming it’s the optical variety. The Nothing (1) phone runs the Nothing (1) OS based on Android 12. The software is all about reliability, so it’s not a heavy shell and promises to be free of any malware. Nothing promises three years of Android updates and four years of security patches every two months, either.

The software comes with a few small additions to the stock Android version, like a quick settings control for Nothing’s ear (1) TWS headphones and another one for Tesla cars that lets you turn on your electric car’s lights or air conditioning before entering. it, things like that. There’s no promise that you’ll only get standard Android apps and a fast and smooth experience. If you love NFTs, you have a built-in home screen widget that will display your NFT collection.
Nothing phone (1) is finally fully official

The 4,500mAh battery supports 33W wired charging (full charge in 70 minutes), 15W wireless charging (full charge in 120 minutes), and 5W reverse wireless charging. The Nothing phone (1) has a splash-proof rating of IP53. If you need a charging pad, it’s not included, but Nothing sells the 45W model separately for €35/£35.

Probably the main unique features of this device will be the transparency on the back, as well as the “Glyph Interface” LEDs that are also located there, and they are placed next to the functional areas of the phone so that they can show you relevant information. For example, when you charge you get a progress indicator, when you reverse wirelessly charge, you get an indicator for that as well as a camera light. The LEDs also sync with built-in tunes.
Nothing phone (1) is finally fully official

The Nothing phone (1) will cost €469/£399 with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, €499/£449 with 8/256GB and €549/£499 with 12/256GB . This latest version will arrive later than the other two.

Speaking of arrival, the first opportunity to purchase the device will be for five days, starting on July 16 at 10:00am local time in Covent Garden, London. Then, on July 18th, there will be “limited sales with partner retailers”, followed by the first official sale on July 21st on Nothing’s website and partner carriers.

In addition to the UK, the Nothing (1) phone will be available in Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Israel, Italy, Macau, Malaysia, the Netherlands, Norway, the Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Saudi Arabia, Spain, Singapore, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand and UAE.

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