“Sold out in 2 hours as soon as it came out” Samsung nervously introduces ‘transparent phone’

“Sold out in 2 hours…Samsung nervous about another ‘transparent phone'”

A new smartphone from Nothing, a British smartphone brand founded by 34-year-old Chinese-American Carl Pei, is expected to be released this July. It is the successor to the Phone(1), which sold 500,000 units within five months of its release last year. In Korea, the first batch was sold out within two hours. The industry is paying attention.

According to industry sources on July 22, the so-called “Phone(2),” a transparent smartphone from Natixing, is expected to be released globally as early as July.

The exterior design of the Phone(2) shown in the teaser video is generally similar to the Phone(1). The difference with its predecessor is that it has a red light on the back. IT tipsters believe that the light will be utilized to reveal itself when recording video.

An alleged prototype of Nixing’s Phone(2). [TechDroider YouTube capture].

Also, while its predecessor was a ‘mid-priced smartphone’ in the 700,000~800,000 won range, the Phone(2) is expected to be a premium phone. It will compete with Apple’s iPhone series and Samsung’s Galaxy S series in the premium smartphone market스포츠토토.

To this end, the chipset will be changed from the previous Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G+ to the Snapdragon 8 series processor. The battery capacity is also expected to improve significantly. Speculation is that it will increase from 4500mAh to 5000mAh. It is also expected to significantly improve the heat issues that plagued its predecessor.

As for the rear camera, it will have a 5-megapixel main camera and an ultra-wide-angle camera, but it is expected to improve the quality by improving the software compared to its predecessor. This is a similar upgrade to Google. Google has previously kept the same camera sensor across multiple generations of the Pixel series by improving the camera software.

Nixing’s alleged Phone(2) in action. [TechDroider YouTube capture].

The Phone One first landed in South Korea through Coupang in July last year. The phone went on sale at 10 a.m. using a “rocket ship” method of direct delivery from overseas, and most of the units were sold out within two hours of going on sale. In the white color, all models were sold out, and in the black color, one of the three models was sold out.

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