MADRID, July 21 (Portaltic/EP) –
That official sale of the Nothing Phone (1), one of the “smartphones” that has aroused the most expectations this year launches this Thursday, July 21st in Spain, after registering a waiting list of more than 200,000 reservations worldwide and a bid of more than $3,000 for the first hundred screens -printed units.
Nothing’s new mobile went on sale this morning at nothing.tech and on the websites and physical locations of the brand’s main “partners” including Amazon (amazon.es), El Corte Inglés (online and in stores), Fnac ( online and stationary), MediaMarkt (online), PCComponentes, WOW Concept and the operator Másmóvil (online and stationary).
With the innovative glyph interface (allows you to customize notifications with light patterns on the back of the phone), a 50 MP dual cameraThe operating system Nothing OS refined, 120Hz OLED display and a Snapdragon 778G+ processor Nothing Phone (1) was developed jointly with Qualcomm and aims to offer users “speed and a smooth experience”. from 469 euros.
The Nothing Phone (1) has fast charging and wireless charging. The user can use for 18 hours on each charge and two days in “standby” mode. Reached 50 percent battery in just 30 minutes reverse-charged accessories like the Nothing Ear (1) charge at 5W. The wireless charging coil lights up thanks to the Glyph interface to indicate wireless or reverse charging.
Smartphones are available in three different configurations, starting with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, a model that will only be available in black for 469 euros. It can also be purchased with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage for 499 euros and in the “Premium” version (12GB/256GB) which goes on sale for 549 euros and which would be shipped at the end of the summer. These last two models are available in both black and white.
“We designed Phone (1) to be a product we would love to share with friends and familysays Carl Pei, CEO and co-founder of Nothing. “This simple foundation has helped us deviate from an already beaten path, let our instincts guide us and create an experience that will hopefully usher in change in a stagnant industry . ” he added.