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Nothing Phone 1 Release Date Set for July 12: Expected Specifications



Nothing Phone 1 Release Date Set for July 12: Expected Specifications

According to the manufacturer, the launch date for the Nothing Phone 1 has been planned for July 12. The first smartphone from OnePlus, headed by co-founder Carl Pei, will be unveiled in London through a virtual event broadcast live on the company’s official channels.

The Nothing Phone 1 includes a transparent back that reveals internal components and wireless charging. In India, the phone will be available via Flipkart. The smartphone will be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon SoC and operate on Nothing OS based on Android.

On July 12, Nothing Phone 1 will be released. Nothing’s virtual event, dubbed “Return to Instinct,” will begin at 8.30 p.m. IST and broadcast live on its official YouTube account.

Interested individuals may now sign up to get event alerts on Nothing’s website. The company has also given out invitations to the launch to the media. The pricing of the future phone, on the other hand, is unknown at this time.

Meanwhile, a tweet from well-known tipster Yogesh Brar (@heyitsyogesh) stated that the phone would be made locally, lowering prices. According to the leak, the manufacture of the Nothing Phone 1 is likely to begin shortly.

The UK-based electronics company has released many facts about its first smartphone ahead of its debut.

In an internal report, the business recently revealed that the Nothing Phone 1 would feature a transparent design similar to the Nothing Ear 1, truly wireless earphones.

Qualcomm’s Snapdragon SoC will be used to power the phone. It is confirmed that it will operate on the Android-based Nothing OS. Flipkart will sell the Nothing Phone 1 in India.

To tease the arrival of Nothing Phone 1, the e-commerce company established a special landing page.

The specifications for the Nothing Phone 1 have already been revealed. It is rumoured to have a 6.55-inch OLED display with a resolution of 1,080×2,400 pixels. Flat edges are also predicted on the display screen.