The release date of Nothing Phone (1) appears to be very near. Nothing’s first smartphone will be unveiled in July, according to German journal All Round PC. As well as its release date, the story hints at its price.
Carl Pei, a co-founder of OnePlus, said in September 2020 that he was leaving the company to start a new firm called Nothing. For the Ear (1) TWS earphones, the firm’s first product, the company debuted it in 2013. The Nothing Phone was announced as the company’s first smartphone in March of this year (1). It was then that Pei stated that the smartphone would be introduced in the summer of 2022, indicating that it might go on sale any time between the months of June and September.
A Nothing Phone (1) is expected to go on sale in Europe on July 21, according to a German magazine, which got its information from a European vendor. According to the publication, it’s not known whether the company will conduct a debut event or make its first sale on that date.
The Nothing Phone’s specifications are unknown at this time (1). But according to the publication, the brand is aiming for a price point of around 500 euros. Nothing Phone (1)’s pricing makes it seem like it won’t be a high-end gadget. A mid-range phone with a clear design could be an intriguing option. Pei said in a tweet that the smartphone might have wireless charging capabilities.
The Nothing Phone (1) is rumored to be powered by the Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 processor. Pre-installed on the gadget will be a version of the Nothing operating system. Operating system upgrades will be provided for three years, and security updates will be provided for four years. We’re keeping our fingers crossed for further information on the “Nothing Phone” (1) in the coming days.