The Phone (1) was first introduced by Nothing six months ago, and it is currently accessible for consumers in the United States. The Nothing Phone (1) may be acquired for the price of $300 and can be done so on the official website of the manufacturer. Caution is advised, however, since purchasing this item constitutes participation in the product’s beta testing phase.
In contrast to its first introduction, which was white with white LEDs, the black version of the Phone (1) smartphone with dazzling white LED glyphs is not selling well here. The Nothing OS 1.5 and Android 13 operating systems are pre-installed on the beta version of the phone. It operates on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G+ CPU and comes standard with 8 gigabytes of random access memory (RAM) and 128 gigabytes of storage space.
The Phone (1) has only been accessible in Europe and Asia up until this point, despite the fact that it was equipped with the necessary 5G bands to function on T-Mobile for consumers in the United States who were willing to import the device. There is no indication that the phone will not be compatible with all carriers in the United States. The phone is only compatible with Verizon and AT&T’s 4G towers, which have become less abundant since both networks began building their respective 5G coverage. T-Mobile is still supported, but subscribers to Verizon and AT&T should probably consider switching to another carrier, as the phone is only compatible with their 4G towers.
For a smartphone that has a stylish appearance, the price point of $300 can seem like an attractive option. However, if the party trick of the backside glyphs is the only reason you want to participate, you should follow the caution that is posted on Nothing’s site. Be aware that the Phone (1)s that were given out were for testing reasons only. Even though these are the final versions, there is still a possibility that certain US carriers may not support the devices. Users should be aware that this is a beta version of the program, and as such, it may have certain restrictions.