Nothing has unveiled its highly-anticipated Nothing Phone 1 with its unique "Glyph Interface" that offers up a unique way to interact with your phone. Designed in collaboration with Teenage Engineering, the phone is built around a feature called the "Glyph Interface," which brings together an array of LEDs that flash and flicker to indicate things like an incoming notification, charging status, and much more. When it comes to specs, the phone features a 6.55" OLED display with an adaptive 120Hz refresh rate, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G+ chipset, 18 hours of battery life with high-speed charging support, 5W reverse charging, and a dual camera setup with a pair of 50MP sensors. You've also got up to 12GB of RAM, up to 256GB of storage, an in-display fingerprint scanner, and dual stereo speakers.
The Nothing Phone 1 will first be available in London on July 16th at their mobile kiosk, select retail stores on July 18th, and globally via their carrier partners and nothing.tech on July 21st.