If you come at the king, you best not miss. That’s probably what was going through the minds of the designers at Nothing when they began conceptualizing the Nothing Phone (1). In the world of tech as a whole, and even more prominently in the world of phones, the big dogs eat all the food. Some smaller companies can survive on scraps for a couple of years at best. It’s an unforgiving world for a maverick new name but Nothing has already proven it deserves a seat at the table with its Nothing Ear (1).

Releasing Nothing Ear (1) last year, the London-based company burst into the scene in the best way possible. The AirPod-competitor sold out on a weekly basis when it dropped, proving that there is still room for an alternative in the tech space. Since then, the brand has been hard at work developing its next big move.

The Nothing Phone (1) is a huge leap from earphones but, carrying across much of what made the Nothing Ear (1) so popular, we’re predicting good things. While not much is known about the actual tech behind the Nothing Phone (1) yet, what we do know is that it looks the part. Adopting the same deconstructed, industrial aesthetic that characterized Ear (1), Nothing Phone (1) gets full marks in the visual department with the responsibly sourced inner workings mostly on show.

We’re holding on until July 12 to find out more about what’s going on under the hood when Nothing holds its launch event. Be sure to sign up for the link here.

Until then, keen supporters of this groundbreaking tech brand can lay claim to one of the first 100 Nothing Phone (1)s exclusively at StockX. In this limited DropX™, 100 phones will be available for bidding, with each phone serialized for the bid that wins it. From now until June 23, place a bid on the DropX™ page to take part. Your bid will only be charged if you’re selected in the top 100.

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