Nothing Phone US Release Date: An Intriguing Mid-Ranger For A Fair Price

Nothing Phone US Release Date

A translucent TPU case for the Nothing Phone (1) has been seen online in advance of its availability. The forthcoming smartphone will be one of the phones to come out with a distinctive design and will have an assortment of LED lighting hidden beneath a rear panel that is see-through.

The brand-new corporation will make its debut on July 12 with the introduction of its very first smartphone, the Nothing Phone (1). It has already received a great deal of publicity, and it will be Nothing’s first smartphone after Ear (1) TWS earphones.

Nothing Phone Us Release Date

The Nothing Phone (1) will be available in three different configurations: an 8GB RAM model with 128GB storage, an 8GB RAM model with 256GB storage, and a 12GB RAM model with 256GB storage as the most premium option.

The pricing of the base model is rumored to be $397, which is equivalent to around Rs 31,000. The price of the 256GB model is expected to be $419. (Around Rs 32,000). It’s possible that the 12GB variant will cost $456. (Rs 36,000 Approx.).

Waiting until two weeks have passed since the launch is required. The dates for the nothing phone (1) sale have not yet been determined. According to reports, the Nothing Phone (1) can be purchased on the offline market in India through Reliance Digital.

Nothing has officially stated that the Nothing Phone (1) won’t be arriving in the US, but a different phone will.
We now know what the lights on the back of the Nothing Phone (1) can accomplish thanks to the release of the first hands-on video. Finally unveiled, the Nothing Phone (1) design boasts a transparent appearance and bizarre-looking rear LED lighting.
On July 12, nothing will fully expose The Phone (1).

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Nothing Phone 1: CPU, GPU, and Chipset

The Snapdragon 778+ 5G chipset is present in the Nothing Phone (1).

This chipset has an octa-core CPU that runs at 2.5GHz and is constructed using a 6nm process. The Adreno 642L GPU, which performs exceptionally well, works in tandem with the CPU.

The chipset’s maximum download and upload speeds are 3.7Gbps and 1.6Gbps, respectively.

In addition to supporting NFC and Bluetooth 5.2, the Snapdragon 778+ 5G chipset can decode and encode videos in 4K resolution.

The chipset uses the rather quick LPDDR5 RAM technology and has a memory speed of 3200 MHz.

The Snapdragon 778+ 5G processor, while not the finest Android chipset currently available, has some intriguing features and provides adequate performance for mid-range phones.

Design of Nothing Phone 1

Design of Nothing Phone 1

159.2 x 75.8 x 8.3 mm; 193.5 g; Gorilla Glass 5 IP53; Aluminum frame

Clear back using Glyph Interface

The Nothing phone’s (1) distinctive design has received a lot of attention. The insides of the phone are visible through a transparent back glass plate and have been thoughtfully crafted to add texture and interest.

The Nothing phone (1) has a very delightful geekiness, and while we’ve seen transparent finishes with a similar look from HTC and Xiaomi in the past, those mostly exposed bogus parts. Contrarily, nothing had to take into account and design for what you would be looking at.

The Glyph Interface is a feature that gives the design solidity. These rows of white LEDs, which are intended to light up the back of the phone, can also alert you to various situations.

Notifications, the phone’s charging level, and other information are all carefully timed with the geeky sounds the phone provides.

Rear LED displays on gaming phones have been seen before, so the Nothing phone (1) seems like a slightly out-there choice.

It’s a design that’s very much on the outside, observing rather than making an effort to appeal to a broad demographic.

Nothing Phone (1): Nothing OS

The company’s well-known black and white design scheme is evident in the screenshots we’ve seen so far, along with an always-on display, rounded app icons, some unique Nothing widgets, and an always-on display.

Nothing claims that when combined with its “iconic design language,” Nothing OS is the greatest version of Android. There are reportedly 40% less pre-installed apps and a near to vanilla Android experience.

Nothing claims that using the Nothing Phone (1) will feel smooth because all of the screens’ graphics will be uniform. For instance, the location of the dot matrix clock on the always-on display is the same when you unlock it.

With custom fonts, colours, and graphic components, Nothing is also highlighting its distinctive visual language. For instance, the company’s logo and the weather widget both employ the same dot matrix font and sleek animations.

The voice recorder app, for example, has a whimsical and nostalgic feel. You may rewind and fast-forward by turning the analogue tape wheel.

Nothing has made a launcher available for various phones so you may try it out and get a feel for the Nothing Phone (1).

We were somewhat underwhelmed by the launcher peek, which reinforces the idea that Nothing’s phone is more marketing hype than actual functionality.

You can anticipate 3 years of OS upgrades and 4 years of security updates in terms of updates.

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Camera of Nothing Phone 1

Camera of Nothing Phone 1

Back cameras with two cameras

50MP, f/1.88, 1/1.56in, 1m-pixel primary, OIS

50MP, f/2.2, 1/2.76in, and 0.64m pixels for ultrawide

16MP, f/2.45, 1.3.1 in., 1 m pixels for the front

The Nothing Phone (1) has two cameras on the back, and it appears that the goal is to provide two high-quality cameras rather than one high-quality camera and numerous lenses just for show.

 This is a slight difference from similar devices, which frequently have quad camera systems that are essentially worthless. We normally support avoiding this, and we appreciate that Nothing is maintaining reality.

One of the Glyph Interface’s subtle benefits is that it can also function as a fill light to improve lighting when taking images and distribute light more evenly on close-up subjects.

Additionally, the phone has a red LED on the back that makes sure the subject can see when you are filming them.

All the typical modes, including a Night Mode, are available on the primary camera, and we’ll be putting them to the test in our upcoming complete evaluation of the camera’s performance. You can record videos in up to 4K at 30 frames per second.

As a result, there are fewer premium selections available than at the flagship level, but this was to be expected.

The 16-megapixel front camera, meanwhile, has all the customary portrait modes and beauty filters.

Again, we’ll give you a thorough analysis of this component in our comprehensive dive, along with gorgeous selfies.

The RAM, storage, and battery of the Nothing Phone 1

There are three RAM and storage variants for the Nothing Phone 1. It includes 8GB RAM plus 128GB, 8GB RAM plus 256GB, and 12GB RAM plus 256GB of storage.

No microSD card slot is available for storage expansion on this device.

A 4,500mAh battery powers the Nothing Phone (1), and both a 45W wired fast charge and a 5W wireless charge are supported.

Although it features a USB Type-C connection, no charger will be included in the box with it.

Nothing Phone 1 Price

Starting at roughly £399 ($469) for the device with 8GB RAM and 128GB of storage, the Nothing Phone 1 is available.

Ones with 8GB RAM and 256GB storage cost £449, while models with 12GB RAM and 256GB storage cost £549.

It’s vital to remember that the Nothing Phone 1’s price may change based on the neighbourhood retailer and region.

FAQs- People Also Ask

Nothing Phone – Is it Chinese?

Carl Pei, the co-founder of the Chinese smartphone startup OnePlus, has returned with a new device, but this time it’s with a different company that is, figuratively speaking, named Nothing.

Who is Nothing Phone 1’s founder?

That the latest smartphone from Carl Pei, a former co-founder of OnePlus, is being compared to the OnePlus One is not surprising.

Will US get Nothing phone?

The Nothing Phone 1 won’t be released in the US. Nothing states the Phone 1 will launch in 40 markets, including the UK, Japan, India, and Europe.


I'm a 4th Year student of Architecture Undergraduate programme at Priyadarshini Institute of Architecture And Design Studies, Nagpur. During my studies, I have worked on multiple projects and these assignments have helped me to become a great team player and how to function well in fast paced and deadline driven environments. Some of interests are Sketching, listening and exploring old music, watching documentaries and being an architectural student I like to explore the conceptual angle of every element.

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