What’s new with the Nothing phone 1, Glyph Interface

by June 23, 2022 0 comments

In the upcoming launch of the smartphone, Nothing phone 1, at a London-based startup, the first looks of the smartphone were revealed and finally gives some explanation about the unconventional design, Glyph interface on the back of the phone. The exclusive look at the phone comes. YouTuber Marques Brownlee aka MKBHD, who showed off the Nothing phone 1 from all angles in his new video, gave relief to people who were eagerly waiting to get an idea of the phone.

The visual that surfaced online gave a first look at the front of the Nothing phone 1 with uniform bezels and a top-left aligned punch-hole camera. It also offered an insight into the lighting setup on the back of the phone, known to be Glyph Interface, by Nothing.

The Glyph interface

The Glyph interface, called by the company, on the back of the phone consists of five lightning strips, reportedly made of over 900 LEDs, which glow either together or in combinations to give users more information about things like charging, notifications and calls when the phone is placed on its back, according to the video released.

This is coupled with a Glyph Interface settings page, where you can configure the lighting strips and control them in the way you want.

The interface settings page on the Nothing phone 1 will allow users to set various elements pertaining to these lights on the back. These include setting the brightness of the lights themselves, some integrated ringtones which glow up various parts of the light strips in sync with the ringtone music, and much more.

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