When it rains, it rains, especially when it comes to leaks on the next one Nothing Telephone (1). Today we have a first look at the black model of the device in all its glory, thanks to WinFuture.
Additionally, Nothing now also has officially confirmed to Input Mag the chip it will use: it will be the Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G+. It’s a customized version of the already familiar mid-range 778G processor, but the plus here is the added wireless charging and reverse wireless charging capabilities. Qualcomm is said to have added these two features exclusively for Nothing, quite the vote of confidence for a newcomer to the smartphone space.
For everything else, the performance of this chip is identical to that of other mid-ranges that use it: you get an eight-core processor with four efficient A78 cores and four efficient A66 cores with an Adreno 652L GPU and an X53 modem. 5G.
Nothing founder Carl Pei says he thinks phones have already reached “good enough performance” for everyday tasks and that we’ve reached the point of diminishing returns. Add to that that the 778G+ is more power efficient, which helps extend battery life and it all seems like a reasonable decision.
As for the black color version, everything else except the color is the same as the white color and you get the same Glyph interface with over 900 LED lights that notify you of calls, messages and even show you how far you are charging. the phone.
And with the black model, the contrast between the phone and the LED lights is even more striking.
Nothing will officially unveil the device in about two weeks on July 12.
But if the phone (1) leaks at the same rate, there might not be much to show at the official event. We already know that the phone will be priced below $500. It will have two versions, an 8/128GB and a 12/256GB model, and you can see dual cameras on the back, one wide and one ultra-wide. The phone is expected to feature a 4,500mAh battery and support charging speeds of up to 45W via cable, as well as support for wireless charging.
Unfortunately, the Nothing Phone (1) won’t be available in the US as the company says it doesn’t have the carrier ties to properly launch it in the US.