1 April 2022 5:27 AM GMT
Nothing phone (1) is the first smartphone from the company (Image credit: Nothing)
Nothing has something in store for its fans as it is all set to unveil its second product today — the Nothing phone (1). The company CEO and co-founder Carl Pei first announced the product at the Nothing (event): The Truth on March 23. At the event, the company also teased some details about the device and gave insights into the brand’s roadmap. The device is confirmed to run on the Nothing OS and will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon mobile platform. In the latest, the company has tweeted that it will be making an announcement regarding the Nothing phone (1) today.
Announcement tomorrow. pic.twitter.com/rfVHM6bDjJ
The company claims that the phone will be “a breath of fresh air to the sleepy smartphone industry”.
“Nothing OS is built on an open and seamless ecosystem that will effortlessly connect and integrate Nothing products and products from other world-leading brands,” the company said at the event.
Notably, while the company has kept most product details under wraps, a few renders of the Nothing phone (1) went viral earlier this month. One of the renders show the phone with a transparent back panel that displays the wireless charging coil and camera module in a nice sea green colour. The fingerprint sensor is placed at the back, as indicated by a red button.
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