In a cryptic clue on Twitter, Nothing’s founder Carl Pei revealed that nothing would come up with a solution for the user to protect their phone from bumps and nicks, alluding to an official first-party case. . Now the first look of the official Nothing Phone (1) case has surfaced online.
The case isn’t the fully transparent case we see bundled with many phones, but instead takes on a dark brown, semi-transparent smoky look. This shows off the phone’s design, and also lets the signature glyph lights shine through, though the light intensity can take a bit of a hit as there’s no cutout for them.
Twitter tipster Ishan Agarwal (@ishanagarwal24) took a look at the matter in a new post. Check it out below.
Nothing Phone (1) Official Transparent TPU Case.
It remains to be seen whether it will be included in-box or is a separate purchase.
Please link: https://t.co/uZ2lUpf8gA pic.twitter.com/tgTab19Mph
— Ishan Agarwal (@ishanagarwal24) 1 July 2022
It remains to be seen whether we will have a completely transparent version of the white colored Nothing Phone (1) case, as the dark gray we see right now seems to be in line with the black variant of the phone. We should find out about it in the next few days or so on the day of launch, which will start after 10 days from today.
The big question is whether nothing will bundle the case in the box, or will it be an accessory that is sold separately. While leaks have pointed to the case being part of the box package, we should know for sure soon.
Nothing Calls (1): What We Know So Far
Ahead of the launch of the phone (1) on July 12, most of the details of the device have either been officially confirmed or leaked. This includes a 6.55-inch OLED screen with 120Hz dynamic refresh rate, Snapdragon 778G+ chipset, 50MP+16MP dual camera setup on the back of the phone, and a 4,500mAh battery with support for 45W wired and 15W wireless charging.
It’s also not expected to launch a new version of the ear (1) TWS earbuds alongside the phone (1). The new earbuds are set to come in a new stick-shaped case instead of a square one, and will feature minor design changes.