Nothing Phone (1) hands-on video shows off complete display, rear notification lights, and more

Nothing Phone (1) hands-on video live before launch

As seen in the video above, this is what the Nothing Phone (1) will look like. The device will make room for a centrally aligned punch cutout for the selfie snapper. The device’s display is flat at the edges and the overall device looks quite compact in the YouTuber’s hands. That said, we may have to wait for the device to launch to tell with more confidence.

MKBHD also talks about the LED lights that the Nothing Phone (1) makes room for on the back. The red dot, which has been a mystery to all of us until now, turns out to be a video recording indicator. In addition, the LED strip at the very bottom will also double as a charge percentage indicator.

The LED lights on the back have various customization options and sync with the internal ringtones of the Nothing Phone (1). Finally, the Nothing Phone (1) will support wireless charging as well as reverse wireless charging. As for the rest of the details, the video doesn’t say much about the specs of the device.

Nothing Phone (1) specs (expected)

The Nothing Phone (1) would have a refresh rate of 90 Hz 6.55″ Full HD+ AMOLED panel. Under the hood, the device will likely be powered by a Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 processor, which will be paired with at least 6GB of RAM and at least 128GB of internal storage. The device will likely run the Android 12-based Nothing OS out of the box. As for the battery of the device, we can expect that the Nothing Phone (1) will make room for a 4,500 mAh battery with support for 45W fast charging via a USB Type-C charging port.

Nothing Phone (1) Specifications

  • 6.55-inch Full-HD+ OLED panel, 90Hz refresh rate
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 SoC
  • 8GB RAM, 128GB storage
  • 4,500mAh, 45W charging
  • dual rear camera
  • Android 12-based Nothing OS

Nothing Phone (1) comes with dual rear cameras, one of which is likely a 50MP primary shooter with OIS. The Nothing Phone (1) will be based on Android 12 out of the box.

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