Nothing (phone) 1 design confirmed
The exterior is atypical for our days, but was predicted long before that.
Carl Pei, the former CEO of Oneplus and the founder of Nothing, has been posting promo images of the yet-to-be-released Nothing (phone) 1 for some time now. And today, the first image has surfaced showing the entire back of the phone.
Nothing (phone) 1 looks really unusual, it has a completely transparent back cover with white inserts, which, presumably, will be highlighted, acting as an indicator of events. It is also unusual to see only a dual camera in a device of the middle segment, because now manufacturers like to cram 3-4 sensors even into state employees, although in fact two of them are really functional, or even one and only camera. In Nothing (phone) 1, both sensors will be useful, and, presumably, this is the main camera and ultra-wide-angle, with a resolution of 50 and 8 megapixels, respectively. The main sensor will receive an optical stabilization system.
According to earlier leaks, Nothing (phone) 1 will be powered by Snapdragon 7 gen1 paired with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage, the smartphone will also receive a 6.55-inch flat screen with FullHD + resolution and adaptive refresh rate up to 120 Hz and a 4500 mAh battery with support for fast 45-watt charging. Estimated price is $500.