Nothing Phone (1) Showcased In All Its Glow-ry Ahead Of Launch

The Nothing Phone (1) will launch on 12th July. The brand has officially announced a launch event for the device. Moreover, the expected price is slated to be around 500 Euros. This news comes from a European dealer. However, take this news with a pinch of salt. Moreover, the company also unveiled the back of the phone at Art Basel. Since then, the hype has been unreal.

First Look At The Glyph Interface

Marques Brownlee has published a video about the Nothing Phone (1). In the video, he showcases the device in all its glory. We can see the glyph interface with all its functionalities. The LED lights sure look dope.

Nothing Phone (1)

The LED lights at the back will act as a notification indicator. Moreover, it will glow in different patterns with different ringtones as well. The bottom light will also act as an indicator for the battery while charging.

Nothing Phone (1)


The whole design was unveiled last week except for the display. However, the display has also been revealed via the MKBHD video. The display has symmetrical bezels. For reference, the bezels are a bit thicker than the S22. Moreover, the punch-hole cutout for the selfie camera is towards the top left corner.

Furthermore, the device has flat aluminum sides with a transparent back. They have used different textures at the back. In addition, the device has dual cameras at the back. The device has a striking resemblance to the iPhone 12 except for the transparent design.

Nothing Phone (1)


Nothing held a virtual event in which they revealed their plans. They made it clear that they were not an audio company. Moreover, Carl Pei revealed that their vision was to create an ecosystem of products to go against Apple. He admitted that no other brand offered the same seamless integration as Apple. Nothing aims to change that and bring a cohesive and seamless ecosystem of products. The ecosystem will not be limited to Nothing’s products. Rather, they will partner with other brands for better and seamless integration with their products.

Moreover, they have partnered with brands like Qualcomm, Sony, and Samsung for their products. We can guess that chipset, camera sensors and displays will be from these brands. Carl said that the revolution of mobile phones has stopped and we are seeing more gimmicks than ever before. He aims to bring a revolution in the mobile phone industry through the Nothing Phone (1).


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