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Rumoured Nothing Phone Possible Design – Details Here

- Updated: 8th Mar 2022, 07:37 IST
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    Is this what Nothing phone looks like?

The nothing phone rumoured one’s images is all on internet. It’s all thanks to the Nothing Ear 1 that Carl Pei, the former co-founder of OnePlus, is making waves in the industry. Reviewers are lauding their performance, aggressive pricing, and unique design. Nothing has been promoting a smartphone as its second offering, with an expected April release date in mind.

Now, Evan Blass has shared an image of Carl Pei holding an alleged Nothing phone at the MWC 2022 show, which appears to back up the rumours. Nothing’s CEO seems to be looking down at his phone. This may be the same image that TechCrunch saw in a report.

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Is this what Nothing phone looks like?

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We can make out the black rear panel and a round camera module with an LED flash from the photograph. The stickers on the panel suggest that this is a prototype model, which would explain the presence of those stickers. Like most modern smartphones, it seems to have a rectangular shape. So there’s no truth to the rumour that Nothing wouldn’t function on a smartphone anymore.

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While the TechCrunch storey citing insiders in the know said that the Nothing smartphone would have a “similar design language and features of visibility seen in Nothing’s first device,” the design doesn’t appear to have that “unique” characteristic. Because of this, we may be looking at a case or other type of disguise to hide the actual design.

Although we may assume that a Qualcomm processor will power the Nothing phone, we don’t know whether the company plans to target the high-end flagship market or the premium mid-range market as it did with buds.

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According to the business, earbuds produced in 2021 by Nothing TWS have reportedly sold 400,000 copies by the end of January.