Official Nothing Phone (1) renders have just surfaced, courtesy of Roland Quandt from WinFuture. The tipster managed to get his hands on the official images of the company’s upcoming phone. These renders depict both white and black variants of the phone.
16 official renders surfaced, showing us the Nothing Phone (1)
You can check out all 16 images Roland Quandt provided. These basically show both variants of the device from multiple angles. These are also the images that Nothing plans to share on launch day, it would seem.
These are the only variants that will arrive, at least based on the information provided thus far. Those LED notification lights on the back will have more of an effect on the black model, that’s for sure.
The Nothing Phone (1) will be made out of metal and glass, and will have flat sides. From the front, it looks like the iPhone 13, but without that unseemly notch. The back side does look quite unique due to the see-through glass, and LED notification lights.
It’s also worth noting that the Nothing Phone (1) features uniform bezels. That is not something we see every day on phones, and it does make the phone look really nice from the front.
The device will launch on July 12
The Nothing Phone (1) will become official on July 12. Nothing did already confirm its design, and shared some information. In fact, it even provided MKBHD with a unit of the phone early, simply to show it to us.
This smartphone will become Nothing’s first-ever smartphone, actually. The company launched a pair of earbuds thus far, and that’s it. This will become Nothing’s second product.
The Snapdragon 778G+ will fuel the phone, allegedly, while the device will be available in 8GB and 12GB RAM variants. A 6.55-inch fullHD+ AMOLED display is rumored, a 120Hz panel. That display will be flat, as you can see.
A 4,500mAh battery was also mentioned in rumors, and the device will support 45W charging. 15W wireless charging will also be supported, and the same goes for 5W reverse wireless charging.
If you’d like to know more about the Nothing Phone (1), check out our preview.