Nothing from Phone 1 will get the Glyph interface; Told to skip the US launch


Nothing Phone 1 is set to launch on July 12 at an upcoming event. Now Nothing, the smartphone brand, has confirmed that the company’s first smartphone will receive the Glyph interface which will allow the LED lights placed on the back of the handset to light up when it receives notifications, phone calls or when in charge. There is also reportedly nothing to confirm that the smartphone will not be launched in the US and Canada as the company is currently focusing on the UK and European markets.

In a blog post on the company’s website, Nothing has confirmed that the new Nothing Phone 1 will be launched with the Glyph interface which will enable rear LED light features for calls, notifications and percentage indication. battery charging. The lights on the back of the phone are synchronized to flash in unique patterns with each custom sound. The flashing pattern of LED lights will let users know who the call or notification is from by associating individual contacts with a particular ringtone and Glyph pattern.

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At the bottom of the Nothing Phone 1 there is an LED light bar. The light bar indicates the percentage of battery charge and also indicates that the smartphone is plugged in. The battery percentage lights only flash for a few seconds, but users can shake the handset to turn it back on. There is a red light in the upper right corner that flashes when a recording is in progress. The user can also set a daily timer for the Glyph to turn off when not needed. These features help users avoid staring at their screens all the time. Using the Glyph interface, users can also switch back to the sound-only feature and also flip the smartphone to enable silent mode with light-only notifications.

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According to a report from PCMag, it has been confirmed that the Nothing Phone 1 will not be launching in the US and Canadian markets at this time as the company currently wants to focus on domestic markets including the UK and Australia. Europe. The company is quoted as saying: “As you know, it takes a lot to launch a smartphone, from ensuring the handset is supported by the country’s cellular technologies, to partnerships with carriers and local regulations, and as we are still a young brand, we have to be strategic about it.” The smartphone would only be available to a limited number of Nothing’s private community investors in the United States.

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The company recently announced that it will launch the Nothing Phone 1 on July 12 via a virtual event called “Return to Instinct” which will begin at 8:30 p.m. IST. The virtual event will be streamed live on Nothing’s official YouTube channel.

Nothing from Phone 1 would have been approved by TUV SUD safety certification. The smartphone accessories were advertised to be available on Flipkart as an internal code reportedly mentioned the list of handset cases and covers on the e-commerce site.

The company had earlier announced that it would auction off a few units of the Nothing Phone 1 in conjunction with StockX. The smartphone is also said to have received BIS India certification approval.



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