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The Nothing Phone (1 ) loses 30% of its price at Amazon

NOTHING PHONE (1). Regularly found on sale since its release, the Phone (1) from Nothing is currently benefiting from a nice price drop at Amazon.

Although this is not its first promotion, the Nothing Phone (1) is still very interesting at the price currently offered. by Amazon. The first smartphone from Nothing benefits from a reduction of almost 30% compared to the previous year. its initial price.

The Phone (1) is the very first smartphone from the young company Nothing. As original as it is popular, it was able to mark a small event by establishing itself as a very good smartphone for its price.

The Nothing Phone (1) loses 30% of its price at Amazon


New à from €348.00; Used à from €319.00

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What are the features of the Phone (1) from Nothing?

The first thing you notice about the design of the Phone (1) is that the back of the #39;device is transparent. This information, however, already had Summer unveiled several months ago by the firm, which simply takes the transparent design of its first product, the Ear headphones (1).

This transparency of the Phone (1) is not anecdotal. It allows you to display an LED system called Glyph, fully customizable, for your notifications. Like a phone flash that lights up when you receive a call, the LEDs on the Phone (1) will be able to react to a call. your different notifications according to your needs and desires. It will also be possible to replace the phone's flash using the Glyph system to illuminate your scenes.

The Nothing Phone (1) loses 30% of its price at Amazon

The The back of the Phone(1) is transparent to reveal an LED system. © Nothing Inc

The other great information about the transparent design of the Phone (1) reveals an induction charging system. This technology, usually present on high-end phones, will be available on the Phone (1) and will allow the phone to be recharged without a cable.

< p>The Phone (1) is also available in two different colors upon its official release: white and black. Each version will always have a transparent back as the identity seems to require. visual from the Nothing firm.

The Phone (1) is equipped with two photo sensors

The back of the Phone (1) also reveals two 50 Mpx photo sensors.During the presentation of the phone, it was notably noted that precise that the firm preferred to have only two very good photo sensors rather than multiplying cameras with functions deemed useless such as a macro lens. Doing a little, but doing it better seems to be the company's credo regarding the specific features of its Phone (1).

Wireless charging for the Phone (1)

One of the first details that catches the eye when looking at the Phone (1) is its strange components visible on the back of the phone. The central block that can be seen on the back of the Phone (1) confirms that the phone is compatible with wireless charging.A technology which is very rare for a mid-range device, and which therefore confirms Nothing's desire to break the industry codes.

The Nothing Phone (1) loses 30% of its price at Amazon

The Phone(1) is Also available in black © Nothing

A design that stands out from the competition

In a populated area uninspired designs, the Phone (1) seems to want to stand out by playing the transparency card. The back of the Phone (1) notably reveals several LED lights. Baptized Glyph, this set allows the phone to deliver different shows of lights when you receive notifications such as a message or a call. The company believes that many consumers leave their phones sitting on the phone. on the front screen, and that this system will therefore still allow you to have access to your notifications.

A mid-range processor for the Phone (1)

The Phone (1) features a mid-range Snapdragon 778G+ processor designed specifically for the Phone.  This chip also allows the Phone (1) to be compatible with 5G communication bands and to launch a majority of applications. games available on the market in good quality. There remains the question of lifespan, since the Snapdragon 778G+ is not a latest generation processor.

An in-house software overlay: Nothing OS

The Phone (1) from Nothing runs Android 12. No surprises so far, but Carl Pei, founder of the firm, also revealed that thee Phone (1) has an in-house overlay called "Nothing OS".This in-house operating system is defined as open and homogeneous in order to connect and integrate without difficulty. devices from other brands with ease. The CEO of Nothing notably cited; Tesla cars and AirPods Pro headphones. Nothing therefore places itself as a serious competitor to the competition. Apple, known in particular for its powerful ecosystem capable of connecting its different products with ease. disconcerting.

Nothing also claimed that its operating system for Phone (1) will have 40% fewer pre-installed applications.This software commonly called "bloatware" are often little desired by consumers and more the result of partnerships established between the manufacturers and developers of said applications.

The Nothing Phone (1) loses 30% of its price at Amazon

First glimpses of the Phone(1) and NothingOS © Nothing

What release date for the Phone (1) from Nothing?

The Phone (1) was released in 2017 presented officially on Tuesday July 12, 2022. The Nothing brand held a special conference, its first Keynote, to present the highly anticipated phone. This conference made it possible to confirm that the Phone (1) has been available since July 21, 2022.In France, the telephone is only available via the Amazon online platform. You will therefore not be able to come across the Phone (1) in store!

The Nothing Phone (1) loses 30% of its price at Amazon

Nothing Phone (1) – 8/256 GB

Newà from €378.00; Usedà from 303.11 €

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A what price is marketed? the Phone(1) of Nothing?

We had to wait for the special Nothing conference to discover the sales prices of the Phone (1). The latter positions itself on the market. Mid-range phones, but with some additional performance compared to the devices generally found in this segment. The prices of the Phone (1) in Europe are:

  • Phone (1) 8+128 GB: 469.99 euros.
  • Phone (1) 8+ 256 GB: 499.99 euros.
  • Phone (1) 12+ 256 GB: 549.99 euros .

What is Nothing?

If the name Nothing doesn't mean anything to you, it might -be normal. The company of Carl Pei (former founder of One Plus) is quite young, and does not have the necessary resources. only one product launched in 2021: Ear headphones (1). Although it is a small success, the firm is keen to continue its success. Please remember that it is not a company specializing in audio products only.

The Nothing Phone (1) loses 30% of its price at Amazon

< h3 class="item_name">Nothing ear (1) ANC (Active Noise Canceling) wireless headphones Black | Compatible with Android 5.1 and above iOS 11 and above

Used à from 120.33 €

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    Founded in 2020 by several big names in tech (notably Kevin Lin and Steve Huffman, respectively co-founders of Twitch and Reddit), Nothing launches thanks to an investment fund with amounting to 7 million dollars. The company then continues its innovative momentum by promising to “break down the barriers between humans and technology”. In 2021, Nothing notably raised a million dollars in less than a minute thanks to an impressive community fundraiser.

    You will therefore have to prepare for this. see more products from the Nothing brand in the more or less near future. The firm's main objective is to offer devices close to their users and to create a hyperconnected ecosystem. and very intuitive, while remaining environmentally friendly.

    Teilor Stone

    By Teilor Stone

    Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116