The First 100 copies of Nothing Phone 1 will be numbered and auctioned
So the presentation of the Nothing Phone 1 is scheduled for July 12, the manufacturer announced via a press release an auction that will take place from June 21 to 23. Participants can win 100 copies of the new smartphone, each with a unique number, and then distributed according to the proposed auctions.
The presentation of the Nothing Phone 1, the manufacturer’s first smartphone after maker Carl Pei’s departure from OnePlus, is fast approaching. So it will be July 12 when we know everything about the phone at a conference that will be held at 5:00 PM French time. Meanwhile, the company does not skimp on communication and has already unveiled the unconventional design of the smartphone, which in particular an LED system on its back cover.
In addition, the company has thought of all the impatient people who do not want to wait until July 12 to get the Phone 1. For example, the latter announces in a press release an auction that will take place from June 21 at 2 p.m. to June 23 at 1:59 p.m., which will allow participants to get their hands on one hundred copies of the smartphone. These are assigned a small unique identifier, as they are each given a number.
Nothing places its first smartphone on June 21
For example, each smartphone for sale is marked with:‘a number between 1 and 100’ The higher the bid proposed by the participants, the closer the obtained number will be to 1. A way like any other to spark excitement around the release, less than a month after the official launch. The event takes place on the online platform StockX at the indicated times.
In this way, Nothing shows its desire to make Phone 1 more than a phone by transforming it into a true work of art “For years, I felt like all art had left the tech industry,” said Carl Pei, the company’s CEO. “As a result, only cold, uninteresting, and non-original products remained. It was time to innovate.
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