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Nothing has been continuously releasing details about its planned Nothing Phone (1), the company’s first effort at a smartphone while adding more and more gasoline to the hype train engine.

Despite this, there was hardly any information available on the fundamental specifications of the phone, such as its CPU, RAM, storage, battery, etc.

The majority of the Nothing Phone (1)’s appearance, including its transparent back panel with LED lighting, has been shown. Additionally, we learned that the chipset is produced by Qualcomm and that it supports wireless charging and has “no chin.”

We now have some more detailed information thanks to a new listing on the cross-platform CPU testing tool Geekbench.

The phone’s mid-range classification is confirmed by the listing, which features the code name “Lahaina,” which is thought to be the Snapdragon 778G+ chipset. This is the same CPU that’s in the Motorola Edge 30 to give you some background. (Source: MySmartPrice

Nothing Phone 1 leak

Previous speculations said that the Nothing Phone (1) will include the Snapdragon 7 Gen 1, which may be seen as the 778G+’s replacement given that the former is constructed using a 4nm technology while the latter uses a 6nm one. Despite this, the 778G+ is exactly in line with the $500 price bracket.

The listing provides us with two further pieces of the puzzle: the phone will ship with Android 12 out of the box and one of the Nothing Phone (1) RAM choices, in this case, 8GB.

There may also be additional RAM choices, such as a base model with 6GB and a significantly more costly variant with 12GB. Storage options, however, are still unknown, despite the likelihood of 128GB/256GB models.

On July 12, the Nothing Phone (1) will be formally unveiled. The Nothing Phone (1) will primarily be distributed on an invite-only basis, so unless you are an early backer or a member of the Nothing community, you won’t be able to purchase it.

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