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Nothing confirms Snapdragon 778G+ for phone (1)

by on30 June 2022

The leaked price puts it at €469.99 in Europe

Preparing for the big launch on July 12, Nothing founder and CEO, Carl Pei, has confirmed that the phone will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G+ SoC. Meanwhile, it has been spotted at €470 in Europe.

In the latest teaser provided by Nothing, the phone (1) is confirmed to run on Qualcomm's mid-range Snapdragon 778G+ SoC. This is not a big surprise considering that it was earlier spotted running that same SoC back on Geekbench.

Nothing says that the SoC is "custom tuned" for the phone (1) and it will apparently get support for wireless charging and reverse wireless charging, which would be a first for Snapdragon 778G-based device, so it would be interesting to see the level of customization.

Meanwhile, the Nothing phone (1) was spotted over on Amazon Germany, with a price set at €469.99 for the 8GB/128GB and €549.99 for the 12GB/256GB version.


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