The Nothing phone (1) may not come with a charger in the box, suggests a new look in the box packaging of the upcoming smartphone. The phone will apparently ship with a slim form factor box. The thickness of the case suggests that the device will not include a charger in the case.
A new YouTube channel video Technical Guruji in partnership with Nothing, reveals the cell phone box packaging (1). The white case features a minimalist design aesthetic and is similar in thickness to other phone cases that don’t come with charging adapters.
The video also reveals that the case is made from recycled materials, something Nothing founder Carl Pei previously revealed also extends to the phone itself (1), which is made up of recycled aluminum and plastic components.
Nothing from the phone (1) leaks in high resolution before launch
New leaks of the Nothing(1) phone in both color variants surfaced online days before the phone’s launch, courtesy of leaker Evan Blass (@evleaks) on Twitter.
The leaks give us a better look at the back panel and textures used on the various components present in the somewhat transparent design on the back of the phone. Check it out below.
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) July 8, 2022
Nada also recently revealed more official details about the phone’s rear camera setup in a blog post. The phone (1) comes with a dual camera setup on the rear, consisting of a primary 50MP Sony IMX767 sensor and an unspecified secondary ultrawide sensor with 114 degree FOV (field of view).
The blog post also reveals that the phone has dual OIS (optical image stabilization) and EID (electronic image stabilization) in the camera setup, which should definitely help with night photography and steady video recording. Other features revealed include a night mode and scene detection.