Nothing Phone (1) is the first mobile phone of the Nothing company founded by OnePlus co-founder Pei Yu, and it is planned to be launched in India on July 12. Now, Nothing Phone (1) has appeared on Geekbench 5, with a single-core score of 797 points and a multi-core score of 2803 points.
It is confirmed that it is equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G+ processor, uses 8GB of memory, runs the Android 12 system, and is out of the flagship ranks.
Moreover, the Snapdragon 778G+ was released in October last year and was first launched on the Honor 60 series. It has one 2.5GHz Cortex-A78 large core, three 2.2GHz Cortex-A78 medium cores, and four 1.9GHz Cortex-A55 small cores, and its GPU uses Adreno 642L.
In contrast, the realme GT2 Master Explorer Edition equipped with the Snapdragon 8+ processor scored 1,296 points for single-core and 4,211 points for multi-core in Geekbench 5. There is a big gap between the two.
There was a video of the Nothing Phone (1) getting started with the real phone yesterday, but the video only introduced the “glyph interface” composed of a large light bar on the back of the Nothing Phone (1). The screen quality, charging specifications, etc. are not mentioned.
In addition, due to production capacity problems, Pei Yu said that Nothing Phone (1) will be released on an invitation-only basis at the initial stage, and will be sold normally after subsequent production increases.