Nothing Phone 1 gains unique features based on the backlight

Nothing Phone (1) gains unique features based on the backlight

As we previously reported, Nothing, founded by OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei, is preparing to release its first smartphone, the Nothing Phone (1). Online sources spoke about the device’s unique features that no other commercial phone has.

    Image Credit: Marques Brownlee

Image Credit: Marques Brownlee

The smartphone has a transparent back through which a large coil of the wireless battery charging system is visible. The back of the device covers the backlight based on more than 900 small light-emitting diodes (LEDs): they are responsible for the operation of the so-called Glyph Interface with a number of unusual functions.

In particular, LED strips can inform about various events and received messages. The LED strip on the bottom provides information about the charging process of the battery, and the backlight around the coil shows the status of wireless or reverse charging.

All LEDs can act as a fill light for the camera. Finally, the LED elements can light up in time with ten preset ring tones.

There is a dual camera on the back, and the selfie camera is installed in a small hole in the upper-left corner of the screen. According to rumors, the novelty will be equipped with a 6.55-inch display with a resolution of 1080 × 2400 pixels (Full HD + format) and a refresh rate of 90 or 120 Hz. The official presentation will take place in July.


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