The Nothing phone (1) will be unveiled on July 12 at a live event in London hosted by the company.
According to Nothing, the debut date for the Nothing Phone (1) will be July 12. The first smartphone from OnePlus, led by co-founder Carl Pei, will be unveiled in London via a virtual event live-streamed on YouTube and Nothing’s official website.
The premiere event, titled “Nothing(event): Return to Instinct,” will take place on July 12 at 16:00 BST (8:30 PM IST).
What can we expect from Nothing Phone (1)?
The Nothing Phone (1) is said to include a transparent back that reveals internal components, as well as wireless charging and back-lit, LED strips.
Nothing has hinted what it has in store for owners of its March-released debut smartphone. During that
occasion, Nothing gave us a sneak glimpse at the software, showcasing the Nothing OS, which will be based on Android and is said to be quite similar to stock Android. However, dot-matrix elements can be found throughout the UL.
Nothing offered more information about the smartphone in a tweet last month. According to the company, Nothing Phone (1) will have a recycled aluminum frame, wireless charging, and no chin.
Here’s a sneak peek at the specifications
The Nothing Phone (1) ‘s specifications were previously leaked. It’s supposed to have a 6.55-inch OLED display with a resolution of 1,080×2,400 pixels. The display screen should also have flat corners. The Snapdragon processor will be used in the Nothing Phone (1), most likely the Snapdragon7 Gen 1 CPU (1).