Nothing Phone (1) to Feature 33W Fast Charging and Not 45W as Previously Assumed

Nothing Phone (1)'s power adaper might support 45W fast charging with PPS protocol.


Nothing Phone (1) is launching on July 12. Ahead of the launch, the brand recently revealed the launch offer for Indian consumers. The Nothing Phone (1) was earlier spotted on the TUV certification website which suggested that the device could feature 45W fast charging support. Now, a new listing has surfaced on the TUV certification website which reveals that the Nothing Phone (1) will support 33W fast charging, courtesy of tipster Mukul Sharma.

Also, as per the listing, it appears that a Nothing charger with 45W fast charging capabilities exists but is not clear if the charging adapter will be bundled in the retail box or not. Let us take a closer look at the Nothing Phone (1) TUV certification and charging details.

Nothing Charger Will Support PPS (Programmable Power Supply) Protocol

As can be seen in the screenshot, the Nothing Phone (1) with model number A063 has been spotted on the TUV certification website. The listing suggests that the device will support 33W (11V/3A) fast charging.

In another listing, the Nothing branded products with model numbers C304, C347, and C348 also appeared on TUV. The TUV listing for these products reveals that they are Switching power supply units, i. e., power adapters.

Interestingly, the listing reveals the output capabilities of these charging adapters, which are 5V/3A, 9V/3A, 12V/3A, 15V/3A, and 20V/2.25A. The charging brick also appears to support the PPS protocol with 3.3V-11V/4.05A, and 3.3V-21V/2.14A power outputs.

Nothing Phone (1) Specifications and Features

The Nothing Phone (1) is confirmed to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G+ processor. The handset was spotted on the Geekbench database with 8GB of RAM and Android 12. Nothing is expected to launch its first smartphone in 8GB + 128GB and 12GB. + 256GB configuration options.

Recently, a video was posted by Nothing’s official handle on Tiktok. The video showcased that the device will come with an in-display fingerprint scanner and not with a side-mounted fingerprint scanner as claimed by many. Also, based on the video, it appears that Nothing might use an ultrasonic fingerprint scanner for the Phone (1). To learn more about the Nothing Phone (1), you can head over to our previous coverage of the same.

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