At an official warm-up yesterday, Nothing Phone (1) confirmed it will have a transparent back, supporting for wireless charging, and a metal midframe made of recycled aluminium, which is expected to hit shelves sometime this summer.
Pei Yu, CEO of Nothing, also revealed that The Nothing Phone (1) will feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset and run a custom Android operating system called Nothing OS.
According to an update from Germany’s Allround-PC, Nothing will launch the phone on July 21st and it will cost around €500, although it is not yet clear whether it will be a launch date or a release date.
Foreign media reported that if it starts at 500 euros, it is expected to be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G or 7 Gen 1 chips. As for the rest of the phone, not much is known yet.
iGeekphone has learned that Nothing recently launched Nothing Launcher, the company’s own Android Launcher, on the Google Play store.