Nothing Phone (3) Leaks: iPhone 15 Pro's Top Feature Included

(Image credit: Future)

Carl Pei, the CEO of Nothing Phone, may have just hinted at upcoming design modifications for the company's much-discussed Nothing Phone (3) flagship product.

Pei posted the picture on X, which was first spotted by Beebom. It is allegedly a makeover of the fast setup menu for the forthcoming Nothing OS 3. The image on the phone's screen first piqued the curiosity of many, but it wasn't long before it became apparent that the phone's actual frame was unique.

There's a big distinction, though, even if at first glance it could seem like the phone in the picture is the Nothing Phone (2). There's a new button on the right side of the screen that isn't on the flagship Nothing Phone right now. We can only conjecture as to the button's purpose because we don't know anything about it and nothing has been quiet on the matter.

(Image credit: @getpeid on X)

According to one current notion, the button will be programmable, just like the Action button on the iPhone 15. This would enable users to customize the button's function, such as activating a flashlight or carrying out a certain task when using an app. It is unclear to us if the button will be solid-state capacitive like the iPhone 15 Pro or mechanical. Nonetheless, a customized button would be appropriate given that Nothing is now emphasizing customizable features for its OS.

A separate AI button to start ChatGPT on the phone is another possible use for the button. The newest version of headphones from Nothing, which integrate with ChatGPT, was just introduced. With the new connection, users running the most recent version of Nothing OS may chat with the ChatGPT app directly by pressing and holding the stalks of the earphones. But this button may be an additional way to speak with the AI.

Few details are available at this time, and there are few rumors regarding the Nothing Phone (3). Nonetheless, we hope that nothing is being done to maintain the device's affordability while enhancing the cameras and durability in comparison to earlier generations. If we hear any news or updates, you may check our Nothing (3) hub.

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