Nothing Phone (1) appears on Geekbench certification website; would arrive with Snapdragon 778G+ SoC, and more

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Nothing is gearing up to launch its first smartphone Nothing Phone (1) globally. Moreover, the company schedules it’s launch on July 12 in global market. In addition, the company is already teasing the key features of the device alongwith it’s design. The company confirms that the device will get transparent rear panel with several notification lights. Furthermore, the company also confirms that the device will arrive with Snapdragon processor. And, now the device appears on Geekbench certification website revealing few more key specifications of the upcoming device.

Nothing Phone (1) details via Geekbench listing

The company is going to launch the upcoming Nothing Phone (1) in global market on July 12. Moreover, the device appears on Geekbench certification website ahead of its launch revealing key details. As per the listing, the device will get power from Snapdragon 778G+ SoC. In addition, the listing suggest that the device will have processor with codename Lahaina. The processor will have a peak clock speed of 2.52GHz. Furthermore, the processor will couple with Adreno 642L GPU. The variant on Geekbench listing carries 8GB RAM. However, the company may bring other configuration variants also. Additionally, the device runs Android 12 with the layer of Nothing OS out of the box. Lastly, the device scores 797points in single core test and 2803 in multiple core test.

Moreover, the device will get dual rear camera setup. However, the sensor details are still underwraps. And, the earlier reports suggest that the device will feature 6.55-inch FHD+ OLED display with 120Hz refresh rate.

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