Carl Pei's transparent iPhone

Have you seen the smartphone that looks like a transparent iPhone? You may be able to find more information about this and similar content at piano.io The lights are located on the bottom of the Phone 1 near its USB-C charging port, as a circle around its wireless charging system (yes, it supports wireless charging), around its camera module, and in the top-right corner (opposite of the cameras). Depending on what the Phone 1 is doing — charging, wireless charging or using its camera — dictates which lighting section of this glyph interface lights up. After months of teasing, Nothing has given us a first glimpse of the Phone 1 via a "hands on" video from YouTuber MKBHD and by launching an official product page on its website. The idea is that the back of the Phone 1 lights up so you can see every time you get a notification or phone call, even when the screen is faced down. It's actually the Nothing Phone 1. For instance, you can assign a specific light pattern to a specific contact in your phone so you can tell who is calling or texting just by the light pattern. (Gear Patrol). Continue reading.



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