Nothing Phone 1 was announced back in March of this year and the company founder Carl Pei had revealed the phone will launch this summer. Well, if your excitement had cooled down since then, heads up, temperatures are soaring and we are bringing to you Nothing Phone 1 leaks, fresh from the oven. But before you dig in, note that the source of the leak points to a Phone (1) user manual that’s currently selling on Amazon India. We haven’t managed to verify the authenticity of the manual and are solely relying on the screenshots shared by the source on a Twitter post.

Nothing Phone 1 Specs

6.43″ FHD+ 90hz Amoled Display HDR10+
Snapdragon 778G
32MP Front | 50+8+2MP Rear Camera
4500mAh Battery
Wireless Charging
128GB Storage
Android 12
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— Raghvendra Singh jadon (@rsjadon01) May 4, 2022

So, here’s what we have gleaned from it:

Nothing Phone (1) Specs and Features (Expected)


Nothing Phone (1) could come with a 6.43″ FHD+ 90Hz AMOLED panel with HDR10+ playback support. The front camera could be a 32MP sensor. As for the back, there could be three cameras viz. a 50MP main sensor, an 8MP ultrawide snapper, and a 2MP tertiary sensor.

The underlying processor could be a Snapdragon 778G coupled with a 4500mAh battery. The phone will support wireless charging as per the leak. The unit mentioned in the user manual has 8GB RAM and 128GB storage. The software layer on top could be Android 12-based Nothing OS. 


During the announcement keynote, Mr Pei revealed that the Phone (1) will sport a near-stock experience with 3 years of OS updates. The Nothing OS launcher is also available on the Google Play Store with support for select Android phones.

You can try the launcher on your current phone and get a taste of the minimal look the Nothing Phone (1) is going for. However, as for the other details divulged in the recent leak, we suggest you take them with a pinch of salt until we have stronger verifiable evidence.

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