Nothing the phone (1) has managed to hype that once OnePlus did away with its invite system. After all, Carl Pei, the owner of Nothing, once helped expand OnePlus. When OnePlus introduced it, the invitation system was the first of its kind, but over the years, the easy accessibility of products has made it obsolete. until nothing decides to bring it back. Amid mild criticism, nothing was invited to interested people who could potentially buy the upcoming phone, but a listing from Flipkart suggests that the invite system may be coming to an end.
Flipkart may allow you to purchase a pre-order pass directly from the website without using any invitation code. This means that anyone who is interested in buying the Nothing phone (1) can spend Rs 2,000 for an instant pre-order pass and will need to pay the rest of the amount – which is the cost of the phone. The purchase is likely on July 12, when Nothing Phone (1) arrives.
Missing the invitation code makes Nothing Phone (1) more accessible to shoppers. This could be a result of the huge hype surrounding the phone. The exchange of invite codes on Twitter and several other platforms has been going on since nothing has been announced before that the sale of the phone will not be open to everyone. But now that the invitation system seems to have been phased out, the number of orders for Nothing Phone (1) is likely to increase.
nothing phone (1) specifications
Nothing has been said about the phone yet, but it succumbed to a flood of leaks that left almost nothing to the imagination. Pei shared the first look of the phone (1), confirming the leak. The phone sports a transparent back that shows off the interior of the phone in a design in line with the company’s first product, Nothing Ear (1). The company is calling it the Glyph interface but it’s essentially a see-through design from us. Nothing is fitted into a design behind almost 900 LEDs, which glow whenever a notification or call is about to arrive. But it is not yet clear whether these lights will flash for other configurations as well.
According to tipster Abhishek Yadav, the specifications of the Nothing phone (1) could include a 6.55-inch OLED display with 120Hz refresh rate and protection from Corning Gorilla Glass. That protection may also be present on the bench. Nothing already confirms the processor of the phone (1), which is the Snapdragon 778G+ chipset. It is a mid-range chipset, which means that the phone will not belong to the flagship segment, but the company can call it a flagship killer. The Nothing Phone (1) is said to come with a 50-megapixel rear camera system with the ability to record 4K videos at 60fps.
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