After confirming the launch of the Nothing Phone (1) on July 12th, the London-based company has announced that the phones will be made in India. Nothing India vice president and general manager Manu Sharma said that the smartphone that will be sold in the country will be manufactured at a facility in Tamil Nadu.
Earlier this week, the company posted a teaser that revealed a part of the phone’s back showing off the rear camera and a metal frame. The company also confirmed that the phone will be made of 100% recycled aluminum. Today it has posted a new teaser that shows the sides of the phone. The texture on the back looks similar to the texture in the case of the Nothing ear (1) earbuds.
To remind you, the company already confirmed that the Nothing Phone (1) will feature a transparent back, support wireless charging, will be Qualcomm Snapdragon SoC, and will not have a bezel below the screen.
The tweet says “See you tomorrow,” and the Flipkart page says “Check back tomorrow,” so it might reveal the complete design of the phone tomorrow.
We should know more details in the coming weeks, before the phone goes official next month.