The OnePlus 10 Pro’s thunder won’t be snatched from under its feet by any other phone on the market tomorrow

More than nothing about the Nothing Phone has been released in the wake of a recent launch event, but there’s much more to learn about it, and some of it might be revealed in the near future.

We may see “(1) more thing” tomorrow (April 1), according to the official Twitter account of Nothing, which teased us with the phrase “one more thing,” which is a nod to Apple’s iconic “one more thing.”

Is there anything more I should know about? There’s an accompanying picture showing the bottom edge of what seems to be the Nothing Phone, but as this is our first glimpse at the phone, we don’t have any comparisons to draw on.

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A USB-C connector is seen, as well as speaker grilles and a curved screen atop what seems to be metal. This is what you’d expect on a smartphone.

However, the attention on the charging port signals that we’ll hear something about charging the phone in the near future.. There might be a problem with the charging rate or the capacity of the battery. However, given that speaker grilles are visible, there is a possibility that this announcement may be audio-related.

All we can say for now is that. Although we have no idea what time it is, we’ll let you know as soon as the announcement is made — provided it’s not simply an April Fools’ prank, which given the date we can’t rule out – if it is anything of importance at all.

What is known at this time

A partial-transparent back, Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset, and NothingOS, which runs on top of Android are all that we know about Nothing’s first smartphone at this point in its development.

In the meanwhile, we can expect a steady stream of tidbits of information, much as we receive from OnePlus, which is no accident because the creator of Nothing (Carl Pei) is also a co-founder of the smartphone company.

So it’s kind of funny that this new information comes out the day after the worldwide debut of the OnePlus 10 Pro, but we’ll have to wait and see whether it entices away OnePlus enthusiasts from their current devotion to the brand.