Nothing is all set to make its debut in the smartphone segment with the Nothing Phone (1). The Nothing Phone (1) is launching on July 12 in India and other global markets. Ahead of the launch, a new video by MKBHD showcases the back panel of the device and interface in its full glory. The video reveals that the Nothing Phone (1) will feature a GLYPH interface to control the LEDs placed on the back panel. Let us take a closer look at the Nothing Phone (1) and its GLYPH interface.
To those unaware, the brand had revealed the rear panel design of its upcoming smartphone last week. From the back, the Nothing Phone (1) looks familiar in some aspects, yet has some striking design elements. It features a flat edge design and a camera setup at the top left corner. Nothing is sticking to the transparent look that it introduced with the Nothing Ear (1).
The video published by MKBHD showcases the front panel of the Nothing Phone (1). This is the first time that the front panel of the device has been shown and it confirms that the smartphone will come with a punch hole notch on the top left corner. Additionally, the device appears to have symmetric bezels on all four sides.
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MKBHD reveals that the rear panel of the device will come with as many as 900 LEDs that are placed along four contours, one around the wireless charging coil, one around the pill-shaped camera module, one at the bottom (above the charging port), and one on the top right corner. The LED module placed at the bottom of the device will showcase the charging status of the device. Users can simply wiggle the device a little to check the battery charging level.
There is also a red LED light on the rear panel which indicates that a video is being recorded through the camera. Moreover, the Nothing Phone (1) will come with 10 ringtones pre-loaded, each with a different lighting pattern.
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