It has been revealed how the Nothing Phone 1 will look, with a translucent body that will let users see everything inside the device. Nothing, a business founded by OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei, has declared that it will release its first flagship phone this summer.
The Nothing Phone’s translucent back is something that is nearly a given. Carl Payne, the creator of the business, and Tom Howard, the director of design, have unveiled the phone’s appearance.
This phone will have a translucent body, as indicated by the Nothing Phone (1) Sketch design. According to Howard, utilizing a transparent case with wireless charging technology made it difficult to view what was inside the phone from the outside.
A phone contains more than 400 components, so it is very simple to construct a view of every internal component. Nothing’s founder, Carl Payne, has made it his mission to employ a distinctive and one-of-a-kind design aesthetic since the company’s inception.
The see-through design of Ear (1), Nothing’s debut product, was carried over to Phone (1), which would have a similar appearance. You could say that nothing has opened the road for giving smartphone consumers a brand-new sense and experience of utilizing a phone.
The Nothing Phone’s frame is constructed of recycled and purified aluminum, according to Howard, the company’s CEO. A report from AllRound-PC claims that the Nothing Phone (1) will be available for purchase on July 21 for about 500 Euros (more than 10,000 Myanmar Kyats).
The latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 Chipset might be included with the Nothing Phone (1) at this price. Nothing acquired the Essential brand and all of Andy Rubin’s copyrights; therefore, the Nothing Phone (1) carries over some of the features of the Essential PH-1.