Nothing’s first smartphone has been rumoured for a long time, but now we have a confirmed release date. The London-based tech firm has confirmed that the long-awaited Nothing Phone 1 will be released on July 12th.
Nothing’s official social media venues, including Twitter, were used to announce the news. The live event will be held in London and will also be broadcast on YouTube.
Nothing has already confirmed a few details regarding the company’s forthcoming smartphones. The phone, like its first set of wireless earbuds, Nothing Ear 1, would have a transparent design, according to the British startup. These earbuds also happened to be the company’s first offering.
The phone will include a see-through back cover that will allow you to look inside the phone’s internal components.
The business also teased the launcher for its Nothing OS operating system, which would run on Android 11. Last month, the launcher was made available in beta for public testing. This is how it seems.
The phone’s specifications are unknown, but nothing has been confirmed that it will include a Snapdragon processor.
The existence of a wireless charging coil indicates that the phone is either upper mid-range or flagship.
We expect the teaser marketing to begin soon now that the debut date has been announced.
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