Nothing’s first mobile phone (1) makes its official debut


The Glyph Interface light on the back is a highlight

After months of waiting, new tech brand Nothing has officially launched its first mobile phone (1).
In addition to the white design that has been featured in the brand’s previews, the Nothing phone (1) will also be available in black. The unique transparent back cover of the Nothing phone (1) consists of more than 400 parts, allowing the user to clearly distinguish between the lens, wireless charging, display light, and charging coil. The light system called “Glyph Interface” consists of 900 LEDs and provides a unique light effect that can be used to identify callers, alert app notifications, show charging status, and more. Users can set a ringtone for each contact, with a unique Glyph pattern effect. In addition, the Flip to Glyph feature allows users to simply flip the phone over and turn the back up to enter silent mode, instantly activating light notifications for a peaceful moment.
Nothing’s unified visual language of hardware and software, along with customized widgets, fonts, sound effects, and
wallpapers make for a unique experience, and Nothing OS’s intelligent software automatically allocates power to the most frequently used apps based on how often they are used, allowing them to run at breakneck speed. NFT collectors can also display their collection and track the prices of their exhibits directly on the main screen of the phone (1) via the preloaded NFT Gallery application. In addition, the quick setup of the Nothing phone (1) allows users to easily control third-party products, such as Tesla cars, by unlocking the doors, turning on the air conditioning and checking the remaining mileage, etc. The brand will also announce more third-party brand partnerships in the future.
Featuring a 120Hz 6.55-inch OLED screen and a customized Qualcomm® Snapdragon ™ 778G+ processor, nothing phone(1) also supports wireless charging and 5W reverse charging to keep devices such as e ar(1) charged at all times. When the product is charging, the charging coil Glyph on the phone (1) will also light up. Once charged, the Nothing phone (1) can be used continuously for 18 hours or on standby for two days. The phone’s dual-lens features two advanced 50-megapixel sensors, including the flagship Sony IMX766 prime lens, ƒ/1.8 large aperture, dual image stabilization, and 10-bit color depth, allowing users to capture stable, realistic, and detailed content at all times. The Glyph Interface can also be turned up to maximum brightness, transforming the phone into a portable ring flash for soft secondary light.
The Nothing phone (1) is now available for pre-order from selected resellers on the brand’s website in 8GB/128GB, 8GB/256GB, and 12GB/256GB models (available later in the summer), priced from $469


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