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Leaked details about Nothing Phone 1 – The Ultimate World Phone

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Internet rumor mills continue to churn out information regarding the Nothing Phone 1. The gadget has been formally announced, but no date for its distribution has been set. AllRound-Max PC’s Jambor claims that the Nothing phone will be unveiled on July 21 – 2022. It’s worth noting that the leaker got several OnePlus phones exactly right.

Unfortunately, the launch schedule has not yet been disclosed by the corporation. According to previous rumors, the phone is expected to include a Snapdragon 778G processor.

It’s also been reported that the Nothing device’s pricing would cost approximately 500 euros. At this pricing, it’s possible that Qualcomm’s newest Snapdragon 7 Generation 1 processor will be included. Nonetheless, no further details regarding the new smartphone are included in the story. Before that, Nothing bought Essential, which granted it the license for Essential PH-1.

An internet leak back in March detailed all you need to know about the Nothing Phone 1. There’s talk of a 6.43-inch sized – FHD+ at 90Hz AMOLED tech display on the device, which should handle HDR10+ material. Samsung, Realme, as well as Xiaomi’s mid-range devices all have displays with this kind of resolution.

Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G 5G CPU is said to operate the device’s internals. Device models such as Samsung’s Galaxy M52 5G as well as the IQOO Z5 5G have used the CPU in the past. Following chipsets such as the Snapdragon 8 Generation 1, 889 & Dimensity 8100, which are listed on Antutu’s official web page as ranking fifth and #6, the 778G comes in at number six overall.

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