Nothing Phone (1) is all set to make its global debut on July 12. If you are excited and want to perorder the smartphone, then know how much it will cost you.
The much-hyped Nothing Phone (1) is all set to launch next month and the date is July 12. The company has confirmed the launch date for the upcoming phone along with its first glimpse on an e-commerce website. Still, there is so much more to know about the Nothing Phone (1) as the reveal so far has been very sketchy. Well, yet another step forward has been taken as tipster Mukul Sharma has revealed that the preorders will soon start on Indian e-commerce website Flipkart.
Sharma took to Twitter to share that users will be able to preorder the Nothing Phone (1) soon and that too for a sum of just Rs. 2,000. However, the pre-booking cost will be deducted from the total price of the phone during the final purchase after the launch on July 12. The leak also suggests that the Nothing phone (1) will soon be available for sale after the launch, probably near July 18. The pre-booking will apparently be available till July 18. Also read: Nothing Phone (1): All the things we know about the phone so far
Not just this, but the leak also confirmed the multiple memory variants of Nothing Phone (1). The company recently teased the design. Here’s how it will look and what you should expect from Nothing Phone (1). Also read: Nothing Phone (1): This is IT! Your first look at this upcoming iPhone rival
Nothing Phone (1) design and expected specs
Like the Nothing earbuds, Nothing Phone (1) is also going to feature a semi–tranparent design at the back which gives you a look at the internal elements. Besides this, it has been observed that the Nothing Phone will have sleek metallic sides with flat edges, making it look like an iPhone but with transparent aesthetics. Nothing’s CEO Carl Pei already confirmed that it will have its own NothingOS which is expected to run on Android 12 out of the box. Well, several leaks suggest that it could be powered by a Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 chipset along with wired and wireless charging options. For photography, it will feature dual-camera setup at the back, though, specifications are yet to be revealed.