Nothing, after months of teasing, has finally confirmed that its first smartphone — the Nothing Phone (1) — will soon hit shelves sometime this summer. Nothing CEO Carl Pei also revealed that the Nothing Phone (1) will pack a Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset and run a new custom Android version called Nothing OS. No other information was actually given, although now a report all-round-pc The phone is said to launch on July 21, and is expected to cost around €500.
The report comes from information provided by renowned leaker Max Jambor, who has had several successful leaks of OnePlus devices in the past. However, the report states that there is a chance that this could be wrong, as the timeline for the release of the phone is not set in stone.
As for the chipset, if it is a Qualcomm chipset at the €500 price point, it is possible that it will include the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 7 Gen 1. In terms of other aspects of the phone, we all know that nothing has bought from the Andy Rubin Essential brand and all of its trademarks – including the Essential PH-1.
Not much is really known about the Nothing Phone (1) other than the fact that it will clearly feature a unique design and contribute to the product ecosystem. The Nothing Phone (1) will be the company’s second product, as well as four other products that it is reportedly working on. Nothing says that it will feature an iconic design and offer seamless connectivity with other devices in its product ecosystem. At the moment, there is only one other product from Nothing on the market – Nothing Ear (1).
Nothing Launcher recently launched on the Google Play Store, to give users a glimpse of what to expect from the company’s own Android version. The launcher doesn’t offer a whole lot more than any other, with basic features that you can find pretty much anywhere else.