UK-based company Nothing has Debut it’s first Android phone

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The Nothing phone (1) quirky design aims to light up and shake up the smartphone market with the launch of its Flagship phone.

Nothing the UK based android startup company famously known for it’s Ear 1 Earbuds back in 2021 Launched its first phone on the 12th July 2022.

The phone looks familiar but also different in the sense that in todays phone ecosystem all the rivals are looking and feeling very similar. All this to appeal to the buyers.

Nothing has made an attempt to swing in the opposite direction by producing this unique looking phone. At first glance you immediately notice the transparent glass make up of the phone just like the earbuds from 2021 or one of those Nintendo Gameboys from back in the day.

Throwing in a bunch of cool features surrounding the unique aesthetics and it’s most eye catching feature is the ultimate notifications LED lights on the back of the phone.

The phone has over 900 LED lights making up a pattern across the entire back of the phone. From the charging port, around the cameras and the wireless charging pad in the middle then some stripes on the top corner of the phone.  Nothing has named this feature the Glyph interface.

Nothing described the Glyph Interface as  a new way to communicate. Unique light patterns indicate who’s calling. Signals app notifications, charging status and more. Everyday interactions, made joyful. Simply Brilliant.

The company says it has received more than 200,000 requests for pre-orders of the £399 phone – about half the price of an average  Samsung, iPhone or any other flagship phones on the market

Future collaborations include working with car manufacturer Tesla said Mr Pei.

Nothing has sold more than half a million units of its first product – wireless, noise-cancelling headphones Ear 1, launched in August – despite software teething problems.


6.55” flexible OLED display
Corning® Gorilla® Glass
10-bit colour depth
2400×1080-pixel resolution at 402 ppi
1,000,000:1 contrast ratio
500 nits brightness; 1,200 nits peak brightness
60Hz – 120Hz adaptive refresh rate
240Hz touch sampling rate
Haptic touch motors

8 RAM + 128 GB memory
8 RAM + 256 GB memory
12 RAM + 256 GB memory

In The Box.
Nothing phone(1)
Type-C cable
Safety information and warranty card
Screen protector (pre-applied)
SIM tray ejector

Height: 159.2 mm
Width: 75.8 mm
Depth: 8.3 mm
Weight: 193.5 g


Main Camera.
50 MP
Sony IMX766 sensor
ƒ/1.88 aperture
1/1.56” sensor size
1 µm pixel size
Focal length: 24 mm
OIS and EIS image stabilisation
Panorama Night Mode
Portrait Mode
Beauty Mode
Google Filter
Scene Detection
Live Photo
Document Mode
Night Mode
Extreme Night Mode
Night Video
Expert Mode
Slo-Mo (120 fps)
Ultra wide.
50 MP
Samsung JN1 sensor
ƒ/2.2 aperture
1/2.76” sensor size
EIS image stabilisation
114° field of view
Night Mode
Macro (4 cm)

Front Camera.
16 MP
Sony IMX471 sensor
ƒ/2.45 aperture
1/3.1” sensor size
Live Photo
HD Portrait
Google Filter
Beauty Mode
Night Mode
1080p video recording at 30 fps

4K recording at 30 fps
1080p recording at 30 or 60 fps
Live HDR at 30 fps
Slo-mo (120 fps)
Night Mode (720p/1080p at 30 fps)
OIS and EIS image stabilisation

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