Nothing has finally announced the Phone 1 at a launch event today following the release of the Ear 1 last year and we thought product naming was easy.
In quite a shock to the market the Phone 1 will be sold at just £399 when it goes on sale on the 21st of July, 8GB of RAM and 129GB of storage will be included in the price.
However, if you decide that that’s not enough memory you can pay £449 for 256GB, still not enough then £499 will get you 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage.
The Phone 1 Is set to release in over 40 markets this includes not only the UK but also Japan India and mainland Europe.
Nothing Has been keen to reveal many of the new phones features in the weeks leading up to the event.
TAhe phones actual design was released who missed a month ago, with the eye catching lighting on the back of the device.
These lights can be used in many ways by the device, to notify you the phone is charging, as a fill light for the camera, and finally to flash if you have a notification.
Phone 1 also packs two massive 50 mega pixel sensors one which is the main camera and one which is the ultra wide.
The main camera also supports optical and electronic image stabilisation, night mode, portrait mode, and document scanning modes.
The ultra wide camera actually has 114 degree field of view this will also allow uses to take macro shots at a distance of justice 4 centimetres.
The Phone 1 comes in a wide variety of colours, you can have black or white.
With a 1080P OLED display, 1200 nits of brightness and a refresh rate of 120 Hz you won’t be asking for much from the quality image resolution, the screen is also a fingerprint scanner.
However, one thing which may upset some users is the placement of the selfie camera which appears to be a hole in the top left of the screen.
A Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G processor is used to power the phone, this may lead to disappointment from some potential customers expecting the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen.
Nothing has said the lesser processor offers a better balance of power consumption, price and performance.
Biggest selling point for the Nothing phone was that the Android based nothing software was designed to integrate better with third party solutions.