Original OnePlus founder Carl Pei’s much-hyped phone, the Nothing Phone 1, is poised to be one of the most sought-after Android phones of 2022. The way OnePlus broke into the flagship market when it launched, Nothing would ditto for the mid-tier premium segment. We have known very little about the device in terms of its release date and availability, until now. However, details about the device’s launch are now leaking online.
Several new leaks suggest that the company will launch the Nothing Phone 1 on July 21 and it will be priced around $500-550. The leaks also indicate that the device will first be available in China and Europe, and then it will slowly roll out to the rest of the world. The device will be available in India given the way OnePlus phones and Nothing Ear 1 earphones have been received. In India. However, in India, the device is likely to be available from mid-August. With the device priced at around $500-550 in Europe and the US, Nothing Phone 1 will be up against the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE and Google Pixel 6a, which will also be available for pre-order in July. 21 It will be interesting to see how Nothing’s first smartphone compares in the increasingly competitive premium mid-range category. Carl Pei also revealed what the device will look like. Staying true to his design philosophy, Nothing will be made with a transparent back, showing off its internal circuitry, just as it is. did with the Nothing Ear 1 headphones.Nothing Phone 1 will be sold in India through Flipkart and it will be exclusive to the platform. Although there are no confirmed leaks about the specifications of the Nothing Phone 1Rumors suggest that it will get the Snapdragon 778G SoC, 8GB of RAM, a 4,500mAh battery, and a 6.43-inch FHD+ display, with support for a 90Hz refresh rate and HDR10+.The base variant of the device will have 128 GB of storage. As for the cameras, Nothing Phone 1 reportedly sports a triple camera setup on the rear, with the main camera being a 50MP sensor. We also have an 8MP and 2MP shooter, for macro and ultra-wide photography. Via: FirstPost