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Nothing Phone (1) Launched Today and It is Awesome – Features and Overview

by Atharva Gulhane

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Carl Pei

So as we had discussed earlier in a blog about how Nothing Phone (1) is nearing its launch, here we are today witnessing the live event, where we witnessed the Nothing Phone (1) itself for the first reveal on the BIG screen and got confirmation on the specification for it and will be going over the brief overview at the same time.

Source – Unbox Therapy YouTube

Despite founder Carl Pei’s insistence that the phone (1) is about more than just features, the firm has made some significant information public. The phone (1) boasts a Snapdragon 778G Plus processor at its heart and a dual-camera configuration with a 50MP Sony IMX766 primary sensor on the back. The phone (1) includes a new Glyph Light arrangement on the back that also has a semi-transparent design, wireless charging capability, and other capabilities.


The Cost of the Phone may vary according to which configuration of the phone you buy.

  • 8GB/128GB – Rs 32,999
  • 8GB/256GB – Rs 35,999
  • 12GB/256GB – Rs 38,999

The phone (1) starts at Rs 32,999 in India for the 8GB/256GB variant as per Flipkart. The 8GB/256GB is priced at Rs 35,999 and the 12GB/256GB is priced at Rs 38,999.

However, Nothing has an inaugural discount on all three variants.With the discount, the phone (1) is priced at Rs 29,999 for the 8GB/128GB variant, Rs 32,999 for the 8GB/256GB variant and Rs 35,999 for the 12GB/256GB variant (including the additional HDFC bank offer).

Users who pre-ordered the phone (1) will be able to buy the device right away, but an open sale for others will begin on July 21.

Technical Specifications of Nothing Phone (1)



  • 6.55” flexible OLED display
  • Corning® Gorilla® Glass
  • HDR10+
  • 10-bit color 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
  • Bokeh
  • HDR
  • Google Filter
  • Scene Detection
  • Live Photo
  • Document Mode
  • Night Mode
  • Extreme Night Mode
  • Night Video
  • Expert Mode
  • Panorama
  • Slo-Mo (120 fps)
  • Time-lapse

Ultra-wide Camera

  • 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)
  • HDR

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

Video Shooting Capacity

  • 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



  • 4500 mAh battery size
  • 33W PD3.0 wired charging: full charge in 70 mins
  • 15W Qi wireless charging with dual charging support: full charge in 120 mins
  • 5W reverse charging

 Only use with chargers compatible with Quick Charge 4.0.


  • In-display Fingerprint Sensor
  • Accelerometer
  • Electronic Compass
  • Gyroscope
  • Ambient Light Sensor
  • Proximity Sensor
  • Sensor Core
  • Front RGB sensor


  • 3 high definition mics
  • Dual stereo speakers

Chipset – Processor

  • Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 778G+
  • 6nm TSMC process
  • 1xA78 2.5GHz+3xA78 2.4GHz+4xA55 1.8GHz
  • Adreno 642L GPU
  • Hexagon 770 AI processor

Splash, water, and dust resistance

  • IP53


  • RAM: 8/12GB LPDDR5
  • Storage: 128/256GB UFS 3.1

Face & Finger Unlock

  • Unlock Phone (1) using fingerprint or facial recognition. Works with face coverings.

SIM card – Dual SIM

Dual Sim Setup

Network & Connectivity

Network & Connectivity

  • Gigabit LTE with 4×4 MIMO
  • Gigabit 5G dual Mode (NSA & SA) with 4×4 MIMO
  • 5G NR*: Bands n1, n3, n5, n7, n8, n20, n28, n38, n40, n41, n77, n78
  • 4G LTE: Bands 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 12, 17, 18, 19, 20, 26, 28, 32, 34, 38, 39, 40, 41,66
  • 3G UMTS (WCDMA): bands 1,2,4,5,6,8,19
  • 2G GSM : 850/900/1800/1900
  • Wi-Fi : Wi-Fi 4/5/6 and 802.11 a/b/g/, dual-band, Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot
  • Bluetooth 5.2
  • NFC enabled with Google Pay support
  • GPS : with A-GPS. Up to dual-band: GLONASS (1), BDS (2), GALILEO (1), QZSS (1)
  • *5G connectivity may vary based on regional availability and local operator support.

Software Support

  • 3 years of Android updates
  • 4 years of security patches every 2 months


  • USB-C
  • RIP Headphone Jack – Crying in AUX ?


  • Audio Supported Formats
  • Recording: WAV, AAC, AMR
  • Video Supported Formats
  • Playback: MKV, MOV, MP4, H.265 (HEVC), AVI, WMV, TS, 3GP, FLV, WEBM
  • Recording: MP4
  • Image Supported Formats
  • Output: JPEG, DNG

Glyph Interface – Party Feature as Far as i’d say for Nothing Phone (1)

Nothing Phone (1)
Source – Nothing

A few days ago, we got a sneak peek of the Nothing Phone 1 in a hands-on video that showed off the entire design and the Glyph Interface on the back panel. The London-based business likes to refer to its dual-camera arrangement, red dot video recording indicator, and LED lights that display charging status, call notifications, and wireless charging engagements as the Glyph Interface on the back of the Nothing Phone (1). This article will also detail Nothing Phone (1) Glyph Interface, including what it is, how it functions, and much more. So let’s get started without further ado.

What is Nothing Phone (1) Glyph Interface?

Five lightning strips that contain over 900 LEDs, according to YouTuber Marques Brownlee, are housed in the Glyph Interface of the Nothing Phone (1). These LEDs are controlled by the Glyph Interface system found in the Nothing Phone (1)’s settings menu; however, more on that later. To inform the user who is calling or the battery charge level, the LEDs on the back will shine together or separately.

How does Nothing Phone (1) Glyph Interface work?

The user can adjust and control the LEDs on the back of the Nothing Phone (1) using the Glyph Interface system, as was already explained. The lighting strips will sync with the customized ringtones, which can be chosen by the user along with the brightness of the LEDs.

Nothing Phone (1)

The Flip-to-Glyph feature, which only functions when the Nothing Phone (1) is turned upside down, is also accessible through the menu. To signal notifications or an incoming call, it pulses the lights. You’ll need to shake the phone a little bit to see the LEDs, which also display wireless charging engagements and how much battery life is left.

Nothing Phone (1)

Additionally, the Nothing Phone (1) Glyph Interface may be programmed to go into silent mode with light-only notifications for better focus or to turn on or off at a specific time of day. Nothing said that further customization will be added through software upgrades and that these are merely the starting options.

But there are a few Catches as I could see on the Nothing website they have put up a detailed disclaimer, for a few things

which are as follows


  1. The weight of Phone (1) is 193.5g, and the weight of the screen protector may add an additional 3g. The size and weight of the phone may vary according to configuration, manufacturing process, and measurement method.
  2. Due to space is taken up by the system file (including the Android system and pre-installed apps), the available memory capacity is less than this value. Storage capacity varies based on software versions and may vary from device to device.
  3. Photo and video pixels of different camera and shooting modes may vary according to the specific situation.
  4. The typical battery capacity is 4,500mAh and actual performance may vary. The battery is not removable.
  5. All product pictures and content are for illustrative purposes only. The actual results (including but not limited to appearance, color, and size) and the screen display content (including but not limited to background, UI, and picture) may vary.
  6. Figures provided are theoretical, obtained under a controlled test environment, and provided by the supplier or the Nothing laboratory. Actual performance may vary due to individual product differences, software versions, use conditions, and environmental factors.
  7. Due to the real-time changes in product batches and supply factors, in order to provide accurate information on product information, specifications, and product characteristics, Nothing may adjust and revise the text descriptions, picture effects, and other content on the above pages in real-time to match the reality of the product performance, specifications, index, parts, and other information; in the event that page modifications and adjustments are necessary, no special notice will be given.

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