Nothing phone (1) could launch on July 21, be priced at about €500: Report

Nothing Phone is expected to be launched in July 2022

After months of teasing, Nothing has officially confirmed that its first smartphone, the Nothing phone (1), will be available this summer. Carl Pei, the CEO of Nothing, also disclosed that the Nothing phone (1) would be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and run a new bespoke Android version called Nothing OS. No more details were provided, however, a rumor from AllRound-PC claims that the phone will be released on July 21st and will cost roughly €500.

The information comes from noted leaker Max Jambor, who has previously had multiple successful OnePlus device leaks. However, the story cautions that the timeframe for the phone's release is not set in stone, so it could be wrong.

In terms of the hardware, if it's a Qualcomm chipset with a €500 price tag, it's conceivable it'll use the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 processor. Nothing purchased Andy Rubin's Essential brand and all of its trademarks, including the Essential PH-1, in terms of other components of the phone.

Apart from the fact that it would reportedly have a unique design and contribute to a product ecosystem, not much is known about the Nothing phone (1). The Nothing phone (1) will be the company's second product, with four more in the works, according to reports. Nothing in the product ecosystem indicates it won't have an iconic design and seamless integration with other devices.

Nothing currently only has one other product on the market: the Nothing ear (1).

Nothing just released the Nothing Launcher on the Google Play Store to give users a taste of the company's own Android version. The launcher doesn't offer much more than any other, with standard functionality that can be found almost anyplace.

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