Roland Quandt from WinFuture has just released official Nothing Phone (1) renders. The tipster was able to obtain the company’s forthcoming phone’s official photos. Both the white and black versions of the phone are seen in these renders.
16 official renderers vanished, revealing the useless phone to us (1) You can view all 16 of the pictures that Roland Quandt submitted. These essentially provide numerous views of both gadget variations. It would appear that Nothing also intends to release these photos on launch day.
According to the material that has been released thus far, these are the only varieties that will be available. There is no doubt that the black model will be more affected by those LED notification lights on the back.
Advertisement The Nothing Phone (1) will have flat sides and be constructed of glass and metal. It resembles the iPhone 13 from the front, but without the unsightly notch. As a result of the see-through glass and LED notification lights, the back does have a distinctive appearance.
It’s also important to note that the Nothing Phone (1) has consistent bezels. That makes the phone seem pretty great from the front because it is not something we typically see on phones.
On July 12, the device will go on sale. On July 12, the Nothing Phone (1) will officially launch. Nothing had previously acknowledged its design or disclosed any details. In order to demonstrate the phone to us, it even gave MKBHD an early model.
Advertisement Actually, this smartphone will be Nothings first smartphone ever. The business has only released one pair of earbuds so far. This will be Nothing’s follow-up offering.
The phone will reportedly be powered by the Snapdragon 778G and will come in 8GB and 12GB RAM variations. There are rumors about a 6.55-inch fullHD AMOLED display with a 120Hz panel. You see, that display will be flat.
Rumors also claimed that the battery would have a capacity of 4,500mAh and allow 45W charging. Both 5W reverse wireless charging and 15W wireless charging will be enabled.
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