The “Nothing” Phone Could Have a Shorter Charging Time Than Many Samsung Phones

Source: Nothing

We spoke in a previous article that a British company with an amusing name is preparing to launch its first smartphone in a few weeks. Therefore, the brand known as ‘Nothing’ will release its first phone on July 12.

The upcoming Nothing phone will be packing some pretty advanced specs, and we have some fresh confirmation for that. According to androidcentral.com, it has been spotted online a certification for a Nothing branded charger that reveals an impressive power.

The Nothing phone will have a 45W charger

If the information is correct, Nothing’s upcoming phone will be sporting a charger that reaches 45W. This means higher than what many Samsung phones are capable of, according to androidcentral.com.

We can even expect three different models, which can only make our imagination go wild once more and start speculating. The charger could also offer support for PP5.

If we take into account what Nothing itself has to say, we can surely expect an impressive phone that will be quite revolutionary. Here’s what the company stated via its website:

You can feel something is wrong with tech.

Undo. Unfollow. And unlearn everything the industry has taught you. It changes now. With phone (1).

The reveal. Tuesday 12 July, 16:00 BST. Watch online here. Sign up to get notified.

We also know from other sources that the Nothing phone will be packing a Snapdragon Qualcomm chipset, which could be considered a standard nowadays for high-end phones. Also, we know that the upcoming device will be featuring the Android 11 OS that was released in late 2020.

We’re anticipating that the first phone of the Nothing brand will indeed be featuring some top specs, and there’s very little time remaining until we’ll find out for sure what the gadget will be capable of!

 

Cristian Antonescu
Cristian is in love with technology as many of us. He has a vast experience as a content writer in the field. He's involved especially in the gaming area, where he covers the latest news in open-world, role-playing, and first-person shooter titles.