This is The Nothing Phone

This is The Nothing Phone

The Nothing Phone


Nothing is a new tech company founded by Carl Pei. Name sounds familiar? He was a co-founder of the famous OnePlus. The company who introduced the term “Flagship Killer” mobile devices that went head to head with the likes of Apple and Samsung that cost more than half of the high-end phones out there. Well at least during their first years debut.

Back to Nothing. Carl left OnePlus to start “Nothing”, a company that’s crafting intuitive, flawlessly connected products that improve our lives without getting in the way.

The Nothing Phone 1

The Nothing Phone 1 is Nothing’s first mobile phone device. It looks like an iPhone but is nothing like an iPhone and that’s a lot of “nothing”. The most attractive part of this phone is it’s back. It showcases the internals with screws and different cuts. It also boasts LEDs that lights up portions of the phones which they call “glyph”. The LED cutouts consist of hundreds of LEDS that can be customized via ringtones to identify callers. It can also indicate your charging status. The LEDs are so bright they can also serve as a ring light when you’re taking photos.

Although not really on the high-end level but it’s powered by the reliable Snapdragon 778G which has been widely tested to be stable in performance while not overheating.

The Nothing 1 Specs

6.55” flexible OLED display
Corning® Gorilla® Glass
10-bit colour depth
2400×1080-pixel resolution at 402 ppi
1,000,000:1 contrast ratio
500 nits brightness; 1,200 nits peak brightness
60Hz – 120Hz adaptive refresh rate
240Hz touch sampling rate
Haptic touch motors

8 RAM + 128 GB memory
8 RAM + 256 GB memory
12 RAM + 256 GB memory

Height: 159.2 mm
Width: 75.8 mm
Depth: 8.3 mm
Weight: 193.5 g

The Price and The Package

Inside the Box
Nothing phone(1)
Type-C cable
Safety information and warranty card
Screen protector (pre-applied)
SIM tray ejector

The Price
The Nothing 1 starts at around $475 for the base 8GB RAM, 128GB storage variant and maxes out at about $590 for the 12GB RAM, 256GB storage variant

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