There will be an in-display fingerprint scanner on Nothing Phone (1)


Nothing debuted a movie on YouTube this morning that provides some behind-the-scenes glimpses into the formation of the business and the development of the Nothing Phone (1). The production line, the creation of the Glyph and its noises, and a meeting with Qualcomm are all seen in the film that follows.

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The display panel clearly depicts the contour of an in-display fingerprint reader at the 4:18 mark. If that wasn’t proof enough, Nothing’s TikTok channel featured a demonstration of the in-display fingerprint.

The business that employs Carl Pei, one of the co-founders of OnePlus, has released the mid-range smartphone known as The Nothing Phone (1). It has an OLED screen of 6.55 inches with a refresh rate of 120 hertz and is powered by the Snapdragon 778G+. Additionally, it has a special “Glyph” array of LED lights that can flash in response to various messages or be adjusted to serve various purposes.


In Europe, the United Kingdom, the Middle East, Asia, and Australia, the phone won’t be released. The phone won’t be available in North America and is said to cost roughly €470. The Nothing Phone (1) is currently available for pre-order, and on July 12 it will go on sale.

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