On Monday, the UK-based startup revealed that the Nothing Phone 1 would be released shortly. The Nothing brand, which OnePlus Co-Founder Carl Pei supports, keeps quiet about the precise debut date.
However, the phone’s display details have been leaked online. A 6.55-inch OLED display is expected for the Nothing Phone 1. A flat-display without a chin might be used on the device.
Wireless charging is rumored for the forthcoming phone and verified a transparent back. The device will be sold in India via Flipkart.
“This week,” the business claimed in a tweet, implying the debut of Nothing Phone 1. Nothing, however, mentioned the smartphone’s actual debut date or critical characteristics.
Separately, on Twitter, tipster TechDroider (@techdroider) suggested the display specifications of the Nothing Phone 1. According to the rumour, the phone would have a 6.55-inch OLED display with 1,080×2,400 pixels.
The display screen is believed to feature flat corners and will be free of a chin. This might provide the user with a full-screen experience.
Nothing recently teased the Nothing Phone 1, disclosing that Qualcomm’s Snapdragon SoC will power the smartphone. It is confirmed that it will operate on the Android-based Nothing OS.
The phone will enable wireless charging and include a transparent cover similar to the Nothing Ear 1 truly wireless earphones, allowing users to see the inside components.
According to a prior source, Nothing Phone 1 would be revealed on July 21. According to the article, it might cost approximately EUR 500. (roughly Rs. 41,400).
Flipkart has verified that the Nothing Phone 1 will be available for purchase in India. Last year, the business worked with the e-commerce giant to offer the Nothing Ear 1 earphones.
To tease the introduction of the forthcoming phone, Flipkart developed a special microsite.