Just once you thought there have been already enough smartphones on sale one other device is about to be unleashed and it could seriously shake up the market. Fledgling technology brand Nothing will officially unveil its latest Phone (1) on Tuesday, July 12 and it looks set to supply Android lovers something totally unique.
Although full details won’t be released until this week’s launch event has taken place, Nothing has already teased a complete swathe of features that will definitely help to make it stand out from the gang. Perhaps probably the most striking difference is the best way this phone looks with Nothing choosing a design that encompasses a clear rear panel so users can peer inside and see what is going on on under the hood.
This styling has also allowed Nothing so as to add an upgrade called the Glyph Interface to its Phone (1). This technology uses lights embedded under the see-through panel to disclose different alerts equivalent to who is asking or sending text messages.
These lights also show the charging status with no need to unlock and take a look at the screen. Other features which have been revealed in images released by Nothing include a dual-lens camera and wireless charging.
Together with its radical design on the surface, Nothing has also given fans a glimpse of how things will look when the ability button is tapped with the firm launching a novel version of Android called Nothing OS.
This brings an appearance that features striking black wallpapers and a digital-style font together with something called Max Icons and Max Folders which is a latest experience for Android.
Should you’re wondering where Nothing has come from and why Samsung may be looking over its shoulder there’s a straightforward answer. This brand, which launched a pair of wireless earbuds last yr, is the brainchild of tech entrepreneur Carl Pei who originally co-founded the hugely successful OnePlus brand. He left that smartphone brand back in 2019 and is now hoping to duplicate the success with Nothing.
If you need to know more about this latest device Express.co.uk will bring you full details on Tuesday live from the launch event with things kicking off at 4pm BST.
Nothing is not the only tech firm launching a phone this month with Google also set to release its cheaper Pixel 6a on July 28.
This device comes filled with Google’s impressive Tensor processor which is similar chip present in the more premium Pixel 6 and 6 Pro.
The 6a also gets a 6.1-inch screen, dual-lens camera and long battery life that may last 72 hours on a single charge.
When it goes on sale it is going to cost just £399 which feels like a little bit of a bargain.