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Here are the (leaked) specs and prices of the Nothing Phone 1 (Updated)
- Alleged specs of the Nothing Phone 1 have leaked.
- The phone might get a 50MP + 16MP camera setup.
- A 4,500mAh battery with 45W charging is supposedly on the cards.
Update: June 28, 2022 (5:07 AM ET): Yet another Nothing Phone 1 leak has come about. A website called RootMyGalaxy has corroborated the leaked specs of the device mentioned in the original article below. However, it has also published the possible prices of the phone’s different variants.
As per the leak, the Nothing Phone 1 will start at Rs 31,000 (~$393) in India for the version with 8GB RAM and 128GB storage. It is also expected to have an 8GB/256 GB version priced at Rs 32,000 (~$406) and a 12GB/256GB variant that supposedly costs Rs 36,000 (~$457).
Original article: June 28, 2022 (4:17 AM ET): The Nothing Phone 1 is all set to launch on July 12. While the company already revealed its biggest hand, i.e., the Glyph interface, we now have the possible specs of the device thanks to a new leak.
Folks over at 91Mobiles teamed up with tipster Yogesh Brar to key hardware details of the Nothing Phone 1. The publication reports that the device will feature a 120Hz OLED display, to begin with. High refresh rate screens are pretty standard these days so we’re not really surprised.
There were already rumors about the fact that the Nothing Phone 1 is a mid-range device. The leak claims it’ll draw power from the Snapdragon 778G Plus chip paired with 8GB of RAM.
A 4,500mAh battery with 45W charging seems to be on the cards.
For imaging, Brar claims the Nothing Phone 1 will feature a 50MP + 16MP dual-camera setup at the back. A 16MP shooter might take care of selfies.
What do you think about the alleged specs of the Nothing Phone 1?
While Brar and the 91Mobiles usually get their leaks right, we’d still advise you to take these specs with a grain of salt. That said, if these are indeed the specs of the Nothing Phone 1, what do you think of the phone? Take our poll and hit the comments section if you have more to say.