The Nothing Phone (1) is all set to make its debut on July 12. Ahead of the launch, just yesterday, Nothing founder Carl Pei had revealed that the Phone (1) will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G+ processor. Now, in a new development, the key specifications of the Nothing Phone (1) have surfaced on the web, courtesy of tipster Abhishek Yadav. As per the latest leak, the Phone (1) will offer a 50MP primary camera and a 120Hz OLED display panel.
Apart from it, the leak also suggests that Nothing OS will Bespoke widgets and will be based on Android 12. Let us take a closer look at the Nothing Phone (1) leaked specifications.
Nothing Phone (1) Leaked Specifications
The first smartphone from Nothing is confirmed to come with a punch-hole notch (left corner) and symmetrical bezels. The latest leak around the device reveals that Nothing will make use of a 6.55-inch OLED display panel. It will be a 120Hz adaptive refresh rate panel which will be covered with a layer of Corning Gorilla Glass.
Nothing first smartphone will come equipped with a 50MP dual-rear camera setup. The primary sensor on the device will be a 50MP sensor with an f/1.8 aperture and will be capable of doing 4k videos at 60fps. It will be accompanied by another sensor which might bring with it ultra-wide-angle functionality as the leaked image reveals a 114° field of view.
The Nothing Phone (1) will come with a flat edge design and a metal chassis which will be made up of aluminum. The handset will offer a transparent design language and glass back panel which will also feature Corning Gorilla Glass protection.
The upcoming Nothing smartphone will come pre-loaded with Nothing OS, which is based on Android 12. The leaked image reveals that NothingOS will offer Bespoke widgets and a Glyph interface. We have already seen a glimpse of the Glyph interface in MKBHD’s video which went live last week. However, Nothing’s implementation of widgets is still a mystery.
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