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The chipset used in the Nothing phone one is officially revealed

https://www.techadvisor.com/article/746009/nothing-phone-1.html

Nothing has teamed up with Input Mag to provide the Snapdragon 778G+ SoC Chip Set for Phone (1). Wireless charging and reverse charging facilities have also been provided to the phone by this chipset. This chipset, which is still based on TSMC 6nm process technology, can provide many specifications.

The fact that Carl Pei, the head of the company, has focused his attention mainly on the aspects of performance, efficiency, and cost has led to choosing such a chipset in the mid-range for this smartphone. Although the version is not at the maximum level, this chipset can still provide enough performance. Considering the cost, this Soc chipset, along with the Nothing phone (1), brings a reasonable value and enables more customers to buy.

It can be seen from the photos released on the internet that this smartphone is black. And many expect it to come in white and black colors.

Other features of Phone 1 include two 50MP rear cameras and a 45W fast charging facility. And this is powered with Nothing OS based on Android 12.

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