Glyph Interface is an exclusive feature of Karl Pys Nothing, in which he places several light bars together, combining their actions into the Glyph Interface. The back of the phones Glyph interface is made up of five light strips, which are said to consist of more than 900 LEDs, across the back of the phone that light up, both individually and combined, giving users additional information on things such as charging, notifications, and calls, as long as the phone is placed onto the back.
The whole lighting setup at the back, comprising of more than 900 separate LEDs on the back, is called Glyph Interface, and it is clearly not just a marketing stunt. Something called the Glyph Interface is the way users will be able to control the lighting setup on the back of the device.
Cool benefits of it
Glyph Interface allows for the lighting to be controlled from the back, using this application, one can synchronize various ringtones to the Lights and Sounds of Nothing (1) phone. Using something called Glyph Interface, you can sync different ring tones with the flashing lights and sounds of your telephone.
That does not mean that you have a huge array of options here, at this point, Nothing (1) offers 10 ringtones synced to rear-mounted lights. You can choose from some of these for your ringtones and notifications sounds, and when a call comes in, or notifications come in, a glyph will glow.
Using the Glyph interface, users can also go back to a voice-only function, as well as turn on the “Nothing phone”1 toggle to turn on a silent mode with only notifications lighting up. The menu will also allow users to toggle to Flip-to-Glyph function, which can activate Glyph Interface to work only when the Nothing Phone (1) is turned over.
Nothing community update
In a blog posted to the company’s website, Nothing confirmed the new Nothing Phone 1 would be launched with the Glyph interface, which would activate a feature of the rear LED lights to display calls, notifications, and the battery charging percentage. Now, Nothing, a smartphone brand, has confirmed that the Nothing Phone 1 will be getting the Glyph Interface which will allow you to enable the LED lights placed at the back of the handset to light up when you get notifications, call your phone, or while the handset is charging.
The LED lights placed at the back of the handset. The pattern of flashing LED lights will allow users to tell whom a call or notification is coming from, pairing the specific contacts with specific ringtones and the Glyph patterns.
The lights on the back of the phone are timed to blink with a unique pattern to match each individual audio. There are more than 900 LEDs on the back, which are placed around the two rear cameras, wireless charging pads, and a stripe at the top and bottom of the back cover, which forms a glyph-shaped light.
These 900 LEDs are mostly dispersed across 5 strips of lights, which will shine either individually or together, giving users more information on things such as charging, notifications, etc. There is going to be a settings menu on the Glyph interface, which allows you to manage the way that these LEDs are lit.