The first Nothing phone will also have wireless charging
The teasing about Nothing Phone 1 has been going on for a few months now and a new collection of details is here from CEO of the company, an interview with Wallpaper magazine and a separate leak. Starting with the confirmed details, the brand said that it will include a transparent back on its first smartphone and will have wireless charging. We have not seen an exact photo of the design, but it has shown some of its design shapes that give us an idea of what to expect.
According to Nothing CEO Carl Pei, the brand uses the wireless charging coil as a design hero. The brand Nothing ear 1 headphones also had a transparent design, so this seems to be an essential element for the brand in the future. Nothing chief designer Tom Howard and Carl Pei discussed the phone with Wallpaper magazine, a design store, where he also confirmed that the phone case will be made from recycled aluminum.
We do not yet know what wireless speed charging technology the phone will have or whether it will include features such as reverse wireless charging. Nothing has been confirmed before that the phone will have a Snapdragon chipset, but we have not yet heard if it will be the flagship Snapdragon 8 Gen 1+ or elsewhere in the Qualcomm range.
Pei said the handset is fully disclosed in “Summer 2022”. That games leaked information we also saw this week saying the phone will come in July. According to the publication Allround PC, the handset will either be released or will be released on July 21 of this year and will cost around 500 euros in Europe. If valid, this price will be around $ 530 in the US.
Take this information with a pinch of salt, as we have not seen any other leaks from this post, but it says the details come from a “European trader”, so that may be true. The post is also clear that it does not yet know if July 21st is the date for a release event or if this will be the sale date for the phone. Expect to learn more about Nothing Phone 1 in the coming months. Earlier this month, the brand unveiled its launcher, which we tested on a smartphone, giving any phone with Android 11 or later “Max Icons”.
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