No Phone (1) was launched with Glyph user interface. Snapdragon 778G+, and PS399 as the starting price

No Phone (1)

After months of speculation, Nothing has finally announced its first smartphone called No phone (1). Let’s look at the details and specifications.

Design and display

Beginning with the style The Phone (1) has a design that is different from other smartphones in the market. The company has created the phone with a transparent back cover which shows the contours and grooves of the internal hardware of the phone.

A sleek camera bump is hidden in the upper left-hand corner of the phone and is highlighted in one of the distinctive aspects of the phone that is the LED light. This Everything Smartphone (1) comes with an Glyph interface comprised of more than 1000 LEDs. It’s basically a notification light with multiple functions that is able to provide more than just letting the user know that they received an alert.

It could function as a progress bar while you charge the phone, or indicate that the device is reverse charged wirelessly as well as notify you of who’s calling you even if your phone is quiet and facing down. In addition, it has customizable notification light patterns that be used with various applications. Apart from that the device has smooth aluminum edges that provide a luxurious feel.

The phone (1) has an 6.55-inch OLED full HDand AMOLED displays with 120Hz of refresh rate. It features 500 nits average brightness 1200 nits peak, HDR10+ support, and 10 bit color. The display comes with an aperture in the upper left corner for the camera on the front. It comes with Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection as well as an ultrasonic display fingerprint sensor. The display even has bezels around it, giving the display a professional design.


In terms of what’s underneath the under the hood, this device has the Snapdragon 778G+ processor that is paired by an Adreno 642L graphics card. It’s equipped using up to 12GB RAM as well as up to 256GB of storage. It is powered by a 4,500mAh battery to ensure that the lights are on, and it comes with fast charging that supports 33W. The company says its Phone (1) is fully charged within about one hour. The phone also supports 15W wireless charging as well as reverse wireless charging at 5W.

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Software-wise in terms of software, the Phone (1) is running The Nothing OS which is pretty similar to Android 12 and doesn’t have any additional bloatware. The company is trying to make it compatible with the brand’s phones (Nothing Ear 1) along with third-party gadgets like Tesla cars. It is not a guarantee that promises three consecutive years of Android updates, and four years of security updates every two months on this Phone (1).


To enhance optics For optics, for optics, the phone (1) brings a dual camera at the back that includes an IMX766 Sony sensor with 50-megapixels that has an f/1.8 aperture and the 1/1.56 inches sensor. The main sensor is equipped for electronic and optical image stabilization. The camera’s primary sensor is supported by a Samsung JN1 16-megapixel ultra-wide sensor that has an 114-degree field of view. In the front, the smartphone comes with a 16-megapixel Sony IX471 sensor that can be used to snap selfies as well as video calls.

Pricing & Availability

The Nothing Phone (1) has made its debut globally, sporting the following cost tags:


  • 8GB + 128GB – PS399
  • 8GB + 256GB – PS449
  • 12GB + 256GB – PS499

The phone will be available for purchase for the very first occasion in Kiosk, Covent Garden on July 16. The phone will be available in retailers that partner with them on the 18th of July. Then, on July 21 the phone will be available for purchase via the website.

The company has yet reveal the price as well as availability of the phone in different regions, such as Europe, Asia, etc.

For India the website doesn’t reveal that the phone will be priced at Rs 31,999 in India However, the price of the more expensive models is not yet revealed. Keep an eye out for updates on this issue.


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