Nothing Phone 1 Listed on Geekbench with 8GB RAM and Snapdragon 778+ Soc

As we approach the launch of Nothing’s first generation smartphone, more details about it begin to emerge. The latest news involves the phone’s chipset and RAM capabilities, both of which have been revealed in a new list. Nothing Phone (1) is listed on the Geekbench benchmarking site, which reveals that the smartphone will be powered by a Snapdragon 778+ processor with 8GB of RAM.

Initially seen by people on MySmartPrice, Nothing Phone (1) made a visit to the GeekBench site. The list states that the Snapdragon 778+ will be under the hood of the Nothing Phone (1). It turns out that the phone’s chipset carries the codename “Lahina” and has a maximum clock speed of 2.52GHz which should be for a single performance core. We also see an additional trio core clocked at 2.40GHz and four power-efficient cores running at 1.80GHz.

Nothing Phone 1

The Snapdragon 778+ chip is an upgrade over the standard 778. It ups the Kryo 670 Prime clock speed from 2.4Hz to 2.5 GHz. It also boosts the Adreno 642L by 20%.

The Nothing Phone (1) in the listing is equipped with 8GB RAM and boots Android 12. It will have a NothingOS skin on top. The smartphone was spotted on the Geekbench website with 797 points in the single-core test and 2803 in the multi-core test.

The processor indicates that the phone (1) will be a typical mid-ranger in terms of performance. It will probably cost the same as the OnePlus Nord device. The processor will definitely disappoint those who were expecting better performance. However, it will be interesting to see how much sales a transparent back and LED lights are going to drive.

Nothing Phone (1) will be unveiled at an event called “Return to Instinct” on July 12. The smartphone will probably come in a white color and will probably be priced below $ 380.

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