The first smartphone out of nothing, the Phone 1, is powered by Qualcomm’s midrange Snapdragon 778G Plus processor, the company has confirmed. input mag, This means that the phone is unlikely to have the raw performance of a flagship Qualcomm processor-equipped device like the Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1.
Nothing Tells Founder Carl Pei input mag That the company went with the less-spec chip as it believes it offers a better mix of price, performance, heat output and power consumption. Nothing says the Plus version of the 778G supports wireless and reverse wireless charging, features normally reserved for Qualcomm’s flagship chipsets. The Snapdragon 778G Plus also has a slightly faster CPU clock speed than the earlier 778G.
Although the Nothing imagery of the Phone 1 has focused on its white model, recent leaks suggest that it could be tipped to a black variant as well. Posted by leaker Ishan Agarwal other color photos on twitter, which still appears to display the same illuminating light bars as the white model. Other rumored specs include a 6.55-inch 120Hz display, a 4,500mAh battery with 45W fast charging, and 8GB of RAM. 9to5google,
Although it isn’t due to launch officially until next month, there’s no shame in revealing the specifications of the Phone 1 ahead of time. It showed off its rear design earlier this month, gave YouTuber Marques Brownlee an early sample detailing the lighting fixtures on its back, and also confirmed that the phone isn’t getting a US launch (it’s focused on Europe). Is). At this rate, the only details to be announced on July 12 will be its price and release date.