Nothing Phone (1) launch date was announced earlier this week. The company finally announced the launch date of its first smartphone after a few weeks of teasing its features. The Nothing smartphone will debut worldwide on July 12. It will debut in India on the same date. The pricing and sale details will be announced at the event. Meanwhile, some new details of the upcoming Nothing phone have surfaced online.
The latest piece of information reveals the fast charging details of the device. According to a new report from 91Mobiles, the Phone (1) will support 45W fast charging. Let’s take a look at the Nothing Phone (1) specifications, features and other details.
Nothing Phone (1) Fast Charging Details Tipped
Nothing Phone (1) debuts globally on July 12. Ahead of the official launch, the device has been spotted on the TUV certification website. The listing spotted by 91Mobiles reveals the phone’s fast charging speed. According to the report, the Nothing-branded charger has visited the TUV certification website with the model numbers C304, C347, and C348.
The listing further reveals that the device will support 45W fast charging. The 45W power supply unit mentioned in the certification could very well be for the upcoming Nothing smartphone. However, there is no concrete information about the same.
Other than the fast charging details, some key features of the phone have leaked or have been confirmed as well. For starters, the Nothing smartphone will feature a transparent design. The phone’s mid-frame will be made up of recycled aluminium. It will come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset, which could be the newly-launched Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 SoC.
Nothing has also confirmed that the phone will support wireless charging. While the official battery capacity is unknown, rumour has it that the device will pack a 4500 mAh battery. A recent leak revealed that the device will sport a 6.55-inch Full HD+ OLED display. It is likely to feature support for a 90Hz refresh rate. Lastly, Nothing’s first smartphone will run Android 12-based Nothing OS out of the box. What are your thoughts about the Nothing smartphone? Let us know in the comments below.