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Nothing Phone (1) will include in-display fingerprint scanner


Today, Nothing debuted a new movie on YouTube showing the company’s inception and progress on its flagship product, The Noth-Phone (1). The Glyph’s production line, design and development, and a meeting with Qualcomm are all seen in the accompanying video.

It’s easy to see an outline of a fingerprint scanner in the display screen around 4:18. If that wasn’t enough proof, Nothing’s TikTok channel demonstrated the fingerprint scanner in operation on the phone’s display.

Carl Pei, one of the OnePlus co-founders, is the brains behind the Nothing Phone (1), a mid-range smartphone. It has a 6.55-inch OLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate and is powered by the Snapdragon 778G+. A special “Glyph” array of LED LEDs is also included, which is capable of flashing for various alerts or being modified for various purposes.


Nothing in Europe, the UK, the Middle East, Asia, and Australia will release the phone. If rumors are correct, the phone will cost roughly €470 in Europe and won’t be available there. Nothing Phone (1) pre-orders are now available, and the gadget will be on sale commercially on July 12th, the week after next.

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