Nothing Phone 1: The youtuber Marks Brownlee reveals the full design of the device

After revealing the official images of the device a couple of days ago, Nothing has finally lifted the embargo on one of the first impression videos of one of the most popular tech youtubers in the world. On June 21, 2022, Marks Brownlee released a video titled “The Nothing Phone LOOKS Different.” While this was the first time the smartphone appeared in its entirety, it was also the first time that Nothing allowed anyone to reveal details about the ‘Glyph’ interface of their smartphone that controls the smartphone system. backlight. Let’s talk about everything shown in the video.

The smartphone has a perforated screen

First, Brownlee showed exactly what the front panel of Nothing Phone 1 looks like. top left corner, as we saw in Google Pixel 4a. In addition, all the notches on the smartphone appear to be evenly spaced, enough for the company to market the Nothing Phone 1 as a chin-free smartphone.

Nothing Phone’s backlight system (1) is called Glyph

Brownlee then explained how the smartphone’s backlight system works. As you can see in the pictures above, the Nothing Phone 1 has a total of 900 LEDs on the back panel that make up for a distinct pattern, which also happens to be the mascot of the smartphone. In addition, the video shows how Nothing has created a dedicated Glyph interface to control how LED lights respond to incoming calls, notifications, charge levels, and more.

Then the YouTuber talks about how different a smartphone is from any other smartphone on the market. He mentions that companies are always targeting their smartphones to the masses as it increases their sales. That’s why most of the flagship smartphones of 2022 look like smartphones of 2020, as manufacturers have made no significant design changes.

However, Nothing Phone 1 stands out: the company has used the same semi-transparent design language in Nothing Ear 1, the first product launched by the company. That said, the smartphone will be launched worldwide on July 12, 2022. More information on pricing and availability is expected in the coming days.

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