Let’s go back to talking about Nothing Phone (1), the smartphone of Carl Pei’s company that we now know almost completely, thanks to the images leaked in the last few days. After its detailed preview and the latest rumors about the invitation-to-purchase system, it’s time to find out more details about the waitings Technical specifications.
The new Nothing Phone (1) was the protagonist of a benchmark at Geekbench, a well-known test platform where Android devices are tested very frequently even before the official launch. The test gives us one nice overview on the key specs we should expect from the smartphone.
According to what emerged from the tests, under the hood of Nothing Phone (1) there will be a processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G +which integrates a GPU Adreno 642L. This choice will not convince everyone, since it is a mid-high range processor. It was clear from the start that Nothing did not aim to offer absolute top-of-the-range components in favor of a more affordable price, but the integration of one was expected. Snapdragon 7 Gen 1surely more current and captivating.
Coupled to the processor there will be 8 GB of RAM. What has just been leaked is added to the previous rumors leaked on the data sheet. Let’s review everything together:
- Screen: 6.55-inch Full HD + OLED (1080 x 2400 pixels) with 90Hz or 120Hz refresh rate
- Processor: Snapdragon 778G +
- GPU: Adreno 642L
- RAM: up to 8GB
- Archiving: up to 128GB
- Operating system: Android 12
- Updates: 3 years of OS updates and 4 years of security updates
This is what we have learned so far about the technical specifications of Nothing Phone (1). The aspect we know best, however, is that of designwith the device that will bet many on the transparent back and the system of LED for notifications and animations to stand out from the crowd of its competitors on the market.
Below you will find one overview of images of Nothing Phone (1), shown in preview a few days ago from the well-known MKBHD. We remind you that the market launch is set for next 12 July and that, at least at the beginning, you will have to find an invitation to buy it, just like the first OnePlus users did with the first model of the company founded by Carl Pei himself.