Nothing the new electronics brand which is backed by Carl Pei and the brand is going to launch its first ever smartphone dubbed the Nothing Phone 1. The smartphone will be official on July 12 and it is also confirmed that the device will be available in India via Flipkart. We already have a decent idea on the design and the specification details of the device and now the hands-on video of the upcoming Nothing Phone 1 appears online and reveals the designing language. The video has been shared by the popular YouTuber Marques Brownlee and he has showcased the device from each and every angle. Without making any further delay let’s get into the article to check out the device.
Going through the hands-on video, we can see the front side of the Nothing Phone 1 and the same is not different from any other Android smartphone as it is featuring an AMOLED display along with symmetrical bezels and it is also featuring a punch-hole set up on the top of the screen.
The interesting element of the device is it’s back panel and the device is featuring a unique design and it is having LED strips on the back and it is worth mentioning that the device is having a transparent back panel as well. The LED strips are called the “glyph interface” and the same is featuring over 900 individual LEDs. It is also revealed that all the LEDs glow up for notifications and the C-shaped LED strip lights up while wireless charging or reverse wireless charging.
Nothing Phone 1 smartphone is also featuring a LED strip at the bottom and the same works as a progress bar for charging which is a pretty cool addition. Moreover, the strips will also work as a flash for the camera. The device is also having a red LED on the back and the same will work as a recording indicator. Users will also get a dedicated Glyph interface setting on the device which will enable to customize how the LED strips glow.
It is also revealed that the upcoming Nothing Phone 1 has 10 ringtones and each of them has a light pattern that syncs with the ringtone. Users can also assign ringtones with specific contacts as well and the light pattern will also help you to know who is calling when the phone is in silent mode. We can expect that the company will add more ringtones via OTA updates in the future. The LED strips will also make you happy to use the device without a case as well or you may opt for a clear case because it is something new in the smartphone world.
Having said that, if you are interested on the device then you have an opportunity to get the device in the auction that runs between June 21 and June 23 on StockX. The top 100 bids will get the device.
The hands-on video of the device is not revealing any specification details of the smartphone but we all already have a decent amount of Information and if you are not aware about the same then you can check it out below.
Based on the previous reports, the upcoming Nothing Phone 1 smartphone will feature a 6.55-inch display along with 1080 x 2400 pixels resolution. It is also reported that the smartphone will have “No chin” which indicates super-slim bottom bezels across the display. It is also believed that the device will support a 90Hz or a 120Hz refresh rate.
The upcoming Nothing Phone 1 is expected to be powered by a Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 mobile processor along with up to 8 GB of RAM and up to 128 GB of storage.
Nothing previously confirmed that the device will run the Nothing OS based on Android 12 out of the box and the device will receive 3 years of software updates and 4 years of security updates. It is also reported that the device will support 45W fast charging support. The device will also feature a transparent back panel.
So let’s wait for the official launching of the device and we recommend you to stay tuned with us for the latest updates from the technological world at your fingertips.
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