Nothing yesterday said it will make an announcement tomorrow, which it confirmed in a tweet via its Twitter handle. The tweet said ‘Announcement tomorrow’, with an image showing the bottom section of a smartphone with two grilles, one mic and a USB-C port. There is also text saying ‘(1) more thing’. Hence we can expect to see an announcement surrounding a new smartphone.
Now today the brand as promised made the announcement via its Twitter handle. Welcome the new smartphone from the young brand dubbed Another (1). The brand is advertising it as a phone that you’ve seen a phone like this before which seems like a different approach.
The brand further adds “Experience edge-to-edge monotony. It’s inspiringly uninspired. Utterly unoriginal. And exactly the same as everything else.”, which definitely isn’t something you get to hear everyday.
The company is going with the tagline “Oh. So. Boring” to promote the smartphone. The company also reveals that the phone is coming soon.
Say hello to just Another (1).— Another (@nothing) April 1, 2022
You’ve seen a phone just like this before.
Experience edge-to-edge monotony. It’s inspiringly uninspired. Utterly unoriginal. And exactly the same as everything else.
Coming to bore you soon.https://t.co/pLWW07l8G7 pic.twitter.com/2FHHI5ELr1
The image tagging along the announcement showcases the phone. The back panel houses the camera island with a triple camera setup. The bottom section of the back has the Another (1) branding and it seems to be curved on both right and left edges, while the top and bottom are sharp and flat. We can also see the bottom frame which as aforementioned houses two grilles, one mic and USB-C port. The left side of the frame is home to the volume rockers and seemingly what seems to be the power button. We say so since the left side also has a button.
The front panel is equipped with a display that’s covered with curved glass, with the glass curving on right and left sides. The selfie camera sits in the top-left corner in a small box-like extension. The fingerprint scanner is nowhere to be seen on the outside, neither on the back nor as the power button. So we can assume it to be sitting under the display.
We don’t have details surrounding the specs, so we expect to hear about them in the upcoming days ahead of the launch.
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