Last week, Nothing confirmed that the Nothing phone (1) would be released on July 12th. We anticipate rumors and formal information now that the launch event is less than a month away, and the firm has provided some. We now have a sneak peek at the phone’s design (1), which is what it looks like.
Nothing phone (1) First Impressions!
On Flipkart, the Nothing phone (1) now has a webpage with primarily advertising graphics. However, one of those photographs has given us a glimpse of what the gadget will look like.
Nothing’s first smartphone will feature a metal chassis and follow the flat-edge design trend, according to the company. It seems to have drawn design inspiration from the iPhone.
As previously speculated, the back camera will be on the top left side. The antenna band, as well as specific sensors, are located at the top.
Because this picture doesn’t show the entire phone, it’s difficult to tell how many cameras are on the back or how the back panel is designed.
Rumors suggest a dual-camera arrangement, but we’ll have to wait for additional details to get a more accurate picture. Take a look at the picture below.
Regrettably, these are the only facts currently available. Nothing has been verified that the phone (1) will feature a transparent back panel, similar to the ear (1), to show off part of the device’s internals. The camera module, as well as the wireless charging arrangement, should be on display.
We don’t know much about the specs, other than that it will be powered by a Snapdragon processor and run the Nothing OS based on Android.
Previous rumors have included a Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 SoC, 50MP rear cameras, a 90Hz display, 45W fast charging capabilities, and more. Flipkart has also verified that it would be available for purchase.
However, these aren’t definitive data and considering that Nothing is extensively marketing the phone’s launch, additional information might emerge shortly.
We’ll keep an eye on everything and keep you updated. Keep an eye on this area, and let us know what you think of the newly released design elements for the Nothing phone (1) in the comments below.