Nothing Phone (1) in this leak DROPS jaws; Do not miss this
Nothing Phone (1) was showcased to the world hours ago but a new leak shows a real-world look at it – safe to say, it looks way better than the renders Nothing shared. Nothing has been hyping up the Phone (1) since ages now, promising to bring something fresh to the smartphone market. The focus has been on a unique design and based on the leaks, it seems that Nothing has come up with an exciting design we haven't seen in ages.
A couple of real-world images of the Nothing Phone (1) have been shared by German journalist Lorenz Keller. Along with a video, his contributions show the Nothing Phone (1) from the back only, nothing from the front– seems like a planned leak from the company itself. From all the angles, it is certain that this smartphone is certainly a stunner.
Nothing Phone (1) real-life images drop jaws
In the photos, it is evident that the Nothing Phone (1) has a striking resemblance to the iPhone 12 and iPhone 13, especially with its flat sides, large buttons, and an absolute flat rear. And just like Apple, Nothing has stressed on the minor details all around.
For example, look at the dual camera hump that flows with rest of the phone's aesthetics. The transparent rear is not exactly showing the internals but it has been done tastefully. Even the little “Phone (1)” inscription on the side looks unique.
In the video shared, he shows the Nothing Phone (1)'s party trick – the unique LED lights arrangement. Those white lines adorning the transparent back (except for the one surrounding the wireless charging coil) are LED lights and appear to flash. It seems that these could be used as Notification lights as seen on several gaming phones. It only glows white here but it remains to be seen whether it glows in other colours.
Sadly, all these leaks don't show the front of the Phone (1). Concept renders and rumours have talked about an edge-to-edge design, with extremely slim bezels on the front and a tiny camera hole cutout.
The Nothing Phone (1) is expected to redefine the midrange smartphone space once it launches on July 12. Nothing is also expected to announce its power bank at this event, which is also expected to carry on the same transparent rear design we first saw on the ear (1) earbuds in 2021.