The much-awaited Nothing Phone (1) is set to debut in India on July 12. Ahead of the official launch, there are many rumors doing the rounds on the internet. Tipster Abhishek Yadav pointed out that the latest suggests that the smartphone will omit the in-box charger. Additionally, the European pricing of the smartphone has also been tipped by another tipster Mukul Sharma.
As per his tweet, the smartphone will come in three storage variants. The 8+128GB variant costs €469.99 (approximately Rs 38,773), the 8GB RAM +256GB storage variant costs €499 (approximately Rs 41,249) and the 12GB RAM +256GB variant costs €549.99 (approximately Rs 45,378). Notably, the price in India is likely to be lower than the European model.
Nothing Phone (1) + Nothing Year (1) Bundle
8+128GB: €469.99 (Rs 38,773.90)
8+256GB: €499.99 (Rs 41,249.56)
12+256GB: €549.99 (Rs 45,378.57)
Note that the Indian price is likely to be lower than this.#Nothing at all #nothingphone1 pic.twitter.com/iBKfYmr043
— Mukul Sharma (@stufflistings) 30 June 2022
It has been confirmed that this Nothing at all smartphone will be manufactured in Tamil Nadu and will be sold exclusively on Flipkart in India. For offline buyers, it is likely that the phone will be available at Reliance Digital stores.
Nothing Phone (1) Expected Specs, Features
Nothing phone (1) will be sold via an invitation only system. The phone will be offered only to a select few. The buyer will first receive an email containing an invitation code. Pre-order will pass in this email. This is the only way anyone will be able to pre-order the device.
After receiving the code, the buyer needs to secure your pre-order pass by paying an amount of Rs 2,000. 2,000 deposit will ensure that your pre-order pass works when the device is listed. 2000 paid earlier at the time of final purchase will be adjusted in the final amount.
This invite system was first seen with the OnePlus One phone, which was a great way to gauge demand as well as create hype about a new brand.
The Nothing phone comes with a transparent back with illumination. These lights can create various effects using the glyph interface which makes it stand out from the crowd. The lights can be used as notification lights and even as a charging status indicator.
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