(1) The Complete Design Has Been Officially Revealed; Take a Look! ,Nothing has been teasing the phone (1) as much as it has been teasing the phone (1). We’re getting it all, from teasing a little about its design to revealing some specifics about it, and it’s reasonable to expect that this will continue until the phone is released on July 12. And today’s detail is particularly intriguing because it fully reveals the architecture of the Nothing phone (1). Please take a look at it.

This is the phone that says “nothing”!

Nothing has revealed an official photograph of the phone’s back panel (1), and it’s a transparent phone, as we all predicted. The phone (1) has a pill-shaped camera hump in the upper left corner, which is comparable to the camera configuration on the iPhone X. Two large back cameras are included in the module, matching prior speculations.

BOLD. WARM. FULL OF HEART.

A RETURN TO THE INSTINCTIVE SELF.

THIS IS PHONE NUMBER (1).

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JUNE 15, 2022 — NOTHING (@NOTHING)

The internals of the Nothing phone (1) are visible, including several sensors, the wireless charging coil, the Nothing logo in the bottom left corner, and more. The smartphone is made of metal and, as previously stated, has flat corners. Overall, given how repetitive most smartphone designs are these days, this one is a breath of new air. Please let us know what you think of the design in the comments section.

Nothing recently verified that the phone (1) will be built in India, therefore this is a significant reveal. Flipkart has previously verified that it would be available for purchase. The Nothing phone (1) will also be powered by a Snapdragon processor and run Nothing OS, which will be based on Android, probably Android 12.

While no additional specifics have been published, reports say that the device will contain a Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 SoC, 50MP cameras, 45W fast charging technology, a 90Hz display, and more. The Nothing phone (1) is projected to be in the upper mid-range, but more details are needed, and they will be released on July 12. As a result, stay tuned for all the details you’ll need till then!

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