Nothing is all set to launch its first smartphone called Nothing Phone (1) on July 12 with the goal of being the “Wake-up call” of smartphone industry. The team at Nothing has managed to keep the leaks to a minimum but as we move closer to the launch, more and more details have started to emerge. A new TUV listing has been spotted online which reveals that the Nothing phone (1) may support 45W fast charging.
According to a report by 91mobiles, a TUV certification for a Nothing brand charger with model numbers C304, C347, and C348 has been spotted. The three model numbers indicate that these might be three global variants of the same charger. The charger is listed under the “Switching power supply unit” category and is said to have an IP20 degree of protection.
The charger is rated for up to 45W fast charging. This means that the Nothing Phone (1) could support up to 45W fast charging.
Additionally, the charger is listed to be compatible with the PPS charging standard, meaning it can be used to fast-charge devices like laptops and other Android smartphones.
The Nothing Phone (1) is scheduled to launch on July 12 in a special event taking place in London. The details about the handset are short but we do know that it will come with a transparent back, fast wired and wireless charging, and super slim bezels.
If rumors and leaks are to be believed, the Nothing Phone (1) will draw power from a Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 Soc paired with up to 8 GB of RAM, and up to 128 GB of storage. It is also expected to have a 6.55-inch full HD+ OLED panel offering a resolution of 1080 x 2400 pixels. We hope to learn more details about the smartphone in the coming days.