There is no doubting that the design of the Nothing Phone (1) is extremely original. The white internals look wonderful with the LED glyphs. Dbrand must have shared this opinion because they created Something skins , a Nothing-inspired update to their Teardown skins.
I received the Something skin for the Pixel 6 Pro from dbrand along with a Grip case that also has the skin applied. Both are stunningly beautiful and give a decent impression of the device’s stylish internals. It is bleached and on display but has all of the significant components from the Pixel 6 Pro. The aluminum body surrounding the smartphone is accented while the wireless charging coil is given a lot of attention in this design.
Contrary to the Nothing Phone (1), which also comes in a black hue, the Something skins are only offered in the white colorway. In a style like this, the black hue won’t likely be as striking as the white one.
The red dot and numerous exposed screws are also present on the skins, which are all located close to the Nothing Phone (1). On the Pixel 6 Pro, dbrand does a really fantastic job of emulating the Phone (1) design.
There are two Android devices for which dbrand is currently producing skins: the Galaxy S22 Ultra and the Pixel 6 Pro. Both skins were modified to fit the Nothing design aesthetic based on the dbrand teardown skins. It takes roughly a week to modify each skin to achieve this clean, fashionable appearance.
Additionally, the iPhone 13 Pro Max and MagSafe charging puck can be covered in the Something skins. There is currently no set release date for the Something skins for the Steam Deck and Nintendo Switch, according to dbrand. They’ll also be monitoring the request form to determine if there’s enough demand for other devices to make it viable to build skins.
The new Something skins are available from dbrands official website for the Pixel 6 Pro and other supported devices.
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