• Nothing Phone (1) May Not Use The Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 After All

    13 days ago - By Android Headlines

    Pretty much everyone has been expecting the Nothing Phone (1) to use the Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 SoC, but that won't happen, it seems. The Nothing Phone (1) appeared on Geekbench , and shared a different story.
    The Nothing Phone (1) may not use the Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 SoC
    So, what will it use, the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1? Well, no. It will still be a mid-range smartphone, but with a different SoC. Geekbench claims that the Snapdragon 778G+ will be used instead of the Snapdragon 7 Gen 1.
    That is a really compelling mid-range chip, but it's older and inferior to the Snapdragon 7 Gen 1. Some of you may...
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  • The Invite System Makes A Comeback For Nothing Phone (1) Launch

    The Invite System Makes A Comeback For Nothing Phone (1) Launch

    13 days ago - By Android Headlines

    Nothing has announced that the Nothing Phone (1) will initially be sold through an invite system. This is a bit surprising, though not really. Carl Pei is the co-founder of OnePlus, and as some of you recall, OnePlus also utilized the invite system at first.
    Nothing is bringing back the invite system for the initial Nothing Phone (1) sales
    Nothing did use the word “initially”, and that particular tidbit was revealed in the company's new ‘Inside phone (1)' video , the second part of the series. That video is embedded below the article, and it also kind of confirms that a 120Hz display will...
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  • Nothing phone (1) benchmark suggests Snapdragon 778+ processor

    Nothing phone (1) benchmark suggests Snapdragon 778+ processor

    13 days ago - By Pocket-lint

    A leaked benchmark result suggests Nothing's first smartphone won't be an all-powerful flagship. Instead, the company appears to be going down the route of using a highly capable mid-range chipset instead. The result in question was found on Geekbench and indicates that the Nothing phone (1) will be powered by the Snapdragon 778+, not one of the higher-powered 8-series chipsets. It's been clear since the beginning that Nothing's primary focus has been on design, and making a phone that looks different to the rest of the phones on the market. With the transparent rear design, it certainly...
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  • Nothing Seemingly Confirms 120Hz Display For Nothing Phone (1)

    Nothing Seemingly Confirms 120Hz Display For Nothing Phone (1)

    13 days ago - By Android Headlines

    Nothing has released the second ‘Inside phone (1)' video on YouTube , the second in the series. In it, the company kind of confirmed that the Nothing Phone (1) will include a 120Hz display.
    The Nothing Phone (1) will include a 120Hz display, it seems
    Why “kind of”? Well, the company's employees didn't flat out say it will be a 120Hz display. At one point in the video, while discussing the display, it is said “as long as it's like OLED”, and right after that, he said: “as long as it's like 120Hz, we're sort of happy as a design team”.
    So, this could technically mean that it's a 90Hz...
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  • Latest leak sheds some light on the Nothing Phone (1) chipset and more

    Latest leak sheds some light on the Nothing Phone (1) chipset and more

    13 days ago - By Phone Arena

    We finally have some information about the Nothing Phone (1) possible chipset and it's not the Snapdragon 7 Gen 1, but probably the next best thing.
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  • Nothing phone (1) runs Geekbench with Snapdragon 778G+ and 8GB RAM

    Nothing phone (1) runs Geekbench with Snapdragon 778G+ and 8GB RAM

    13 days ago - By GSMArena

    Nothing's upcoming phone (1) is arguably the most hyped phone in a while and almost every day leading up to its launch is filled with new teasers and leaks. The latest one is a Geekbench listing of the alleged device which reveals its using the Snapdragon 778G+ chipset alongside the Adreno 642L GPU and 8GB RAM. SD 788G+ is an overclocked version of the older SD 778G with a Kryo 670 CPU and a slightly overclocked 2.51Ghz primary core.
    Nothing phone (1) listing on Geekbench 5
    Nothing phone (1) managed 797 single-core points and 2,803 points on the multi-core assessment. The Geekbench...
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  • The Nothing Phone (1) will initially be sold via an invite system only

    The Nothing Phone (1) will initially be sold via an invite system only

    13 days ago - By Phone Arena

    Nothing is taking a page from OnePlus' book and will sell its first phone only to a select number of people at first.
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  • Following footsteps of OnePlus: Nothing to use invite system for Phone (1) initially

    Following footsteps of OnePlus: Nothing to use invite system for Phone (1) initially

    13 days ago - By The Mobile Indian

    Nothing is creating as much hype as possible for its upcoming Phone (1) from a video showcasing the LED lights at the back to showing the process of how the device has been created from the ground up. Now, a new confirmation from the brand tells us that it will initially be using the invite...
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