Key Nothing Phone (1) display specs rumours, more (official) details coming ‘this week’

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The amount of buzz OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei has managed to generate around the Nothing Phone (1) less than two years after the London-based startup was founded and with just another commercial product in the company’s name may be unprecedented, and believe it or not, the mysterious handset is still (largely) shrouded in secrecy.

According to a twitter recap from last weekonly a handful of details are known, including the highly unusual transparent back confirmed not long ago, a recycled aluminum center frame that further contributes to an undoubtedly first-class and eye-catching design, an unnamed Snapdragon processor, support for wireless charging and no “chin” under the unspecified screen.

Of course, the scarcity of official information can’t stop the rumor mill from producing unofficial, unverified and unverifiable details and specs, some of which sound more plausible than others.

The latest “exclusive” tidbits ostensibly revealed by the folks at at TechDroiderfor example, wouldn’t be surprised if they become a reality in the near future, including a 6.55-inch OLED display with a resolution of 2400 x 1080 pixels, as well as flat bezels and “no chin”.

That last part suggests that previous rumors of a starting price of around $500 could surface, meaning this unconventional villain will (more or less) directly rival Samsung’s. Galaxy A53 5G and Google’s upcoming Pixel 6a.

Those are also fairly compact handsets by 2022 standards, and while we can certainly expect the Nothing Phone (1) to surpass the Pixel 6a’s 60Hz screen refresh rate, we’re not entirely sure the A53’s 120Hz support will be here. be matched.

Luckily we don’t have to wait long for all our questions to be answered, with something official confirmed on Twitter (where else?) to go down at some point “this week”. Unfortunately, we’re much more likely to be looking at an announcement event announcement (yes, really) than an actual product launch, with a commercial release expected to happen sometime in July.

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