Nothing is getting ready to introduce its first phone in India. Nothing Phone (1) will be released in India on July 12th, according to the manufacturer. Flipkart has already launched the smartphone’s product page. Ahead of the debut, the listing discloses some significant aspects. According to reports, the smartphone will target a mid-range market. Despite the fact that the phone’s price has yet to be revealed, a recent report claims that it will be available for pre-order on Flipkart starting July 12.
Nothing Phone (1) can be pre-booked for Rs 2000, according to tipster Mukul Sharma. ” Nothing Pre-booking information can be obtained by calling (1). Buyers will be able to reserve the device for 2K in advance. During checkout, the amount of the coupon will be adjusted (on the keynote date, July 12 itself). He also commented on Twitter that the “variant of your choice” confirms many memory variants. Sharma also posted a screenshot of the phone’s bogus Flipkart listing, which reads, “Select for the Nothing Phone (1) model of your choosing.” It is evident that the phone will be available in variety of storage options. Also read, Nothing Phone (1) will Launch on July 12 in India
Nothing Phone (1): Specifications and Features
Nothing Phone (1) is said to have a 6.55-inch Full-HD+ OLED panel with a 90Hz refresh rate and a resolution of 2400×1080 pixels, according to leaks. The phone is equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 processor and up to 8GB of RAM. The phone comes pre-installed with Android 12.
The camera on the Nothing Phone (1) is likely to have a 50-megapixel primary camera with two additional sensors. There is a 32-megapixel camera on the front.
‘When you look inside practically any Android phone, they’re almost all exactly the same,’ Nothing Phone (1) said in his blog about the design. Of course, the industry improves everything it does year after year, attempting to squeeze the most performance out of the smallest space possible.’ ‘When you look inside practically any Android phone, they’re almost all the same by Nothing,’ said Tom Howard, head of design at Nothing. The purpose of incorporating a translucent panel is to allow people to see components that they have never seen before on a smartphone.