August 19, 2022

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Nothing Telephone 1 can have a mid-range Snapdragon chip, however there's a catch

When it leaks, it pours. No less than that is the case with the Nothing...

When it leaks, it pours. No less than that is the case with the Nothing Telephone 1, the first-ever smartphone from new Carl Pei (OnePlus co-founder) startup Nothing.

Now, because of Enter, which received the unique from Nothing, we all know precisely which chip the Nothing Telephone 1 one can have, and it sounds a bit disappointing: The mid-range Snapdragon 778G+ chip.

Because of this the Nothing Telephone 1 will not be as highly effective as the highest telephones from Samsung, Xiaomi, and even OnePlus, whose flagships usually have Qualcomm’s strongest chips (or one thing equal).

This does not should be all dangerous, although. First, observe the “+” within the Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G+ title. It signifies that the Nothing Telephone 1 will get just a few further options in comparison with telephones which sport the common Snapdragon 778G chip, together with wi-fi charging and reverse wi-fi charging (we already knew the telephone comes with wi-fi charging because of this picture).

Additionally, the inclusion of a mid-range chip signifies that the Nothing Telephone 1 will possible be cheaper than your typical smartphone flagship.

Now, we do not know the way the Telephone 1 will carry out. However we do know it will run on a custom-tuned model of Android. If Nothing does its job effectively, the telephone might be fairly snappy, even with a mid-range chip, and if the value is correct, that might make it a winner.

The Nothing Telephone 1 will formally launch on July 12, which ought to cease the infinite rumors and provides us all of the details concerning the machine.

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