July 3, 2022

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Carl Pei's Nothing offers us a glimpse of its first smartphone

Nothing’s first ever smartphone, the Nothing Cellphone 1, is launching in July, and now we all know what it should seem like.

The {hardware} startup from OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei has launched its first product, the Ear (1) earbuds, again in 2021, and it has been teasing the upcoming telephone ever since.

Identical to the earbuds, the telephone has clear parts. It is arduous to inform whether or not they’re actual or faux, but when we’re actually seeing by way of the (presumably glass) again cowl of the telephone, the picture shared by Nothing reveals a few particulars in regards to the telephone: it may have a twin rear digital camera and wi-fi charging.

We also know that the device will be powered a Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset and run on a modified version of Android, but no other details have been officially revealed. Rumors say it will have a 6.55-inch OLED show with a 1,080×2400 pixel decision and no seen “chin” on the underside. Identical supply says the telephone can have a flat (assume iPhone-like) design, which appears to be like correct from what we are able to see in Nothing’s image above.

The see-through parts have been tried earlier than. Xiaomi had {a partially} faux see-through again on its Mi 8 Explorer Version, and HTC did one thing related with its Exodus 1 smartphone. It is a cool look that hasn’t been too overdone within the business, and Nothing is clearly leaning on it as a key a part of its model.

The launch is on July 12, although we’re fairly sure there shall be extra teasers and leaks earlier than that date.

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