The first smartphone from this firm, which Carl Pei is running, a co-founder of OnePlus, particularly captured people’s attention with its innovative design early last week. The Glyph interface, an LED system that lights up with each call, notification, or when you charge your phone, is visible via a transparent glass plate that replaces the back of the phone.
The manufacturer dbrand has a solution for you if you enjoy this design decision, which adds a little freshness to the occasionally mundane world of smartphones, but you don’t want to walk back to the checkout and alter your gadget.
If you are unfamiliar with this company, know that Dbrand specializes in “skins” for smartphones and stickers that cover the back of the device to add a unique touch.
You can now mimic the appearance of the Nothing Phone (1) by displaying the interior of your iPhone 13 Pro Max, Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra, or Google Pixel 6 Pro, thanks to dbrand’s new “Something” line of skins and cases.
Currently, just these three models are compatible. However, further models might be introduced in the upcoming weeks. The company’s presentation page also responds to potential charges of copying the smartphone’s design from Nothing.
You can now order a copy for your smartphone in the interim. The cost of the skins is $24.95, and the price of the shells ranges from $19.95 to $34.95.