3 weeks remain until the phone's release, and further details, such as its specifications and selling details, have emerged in recent days. Here is what we currently know about the Nothing phone (1).
The rear panel of this phone serves as the device's "face," including a novel semi-transparent design with five lighting strips known as the Glyph interface that may be utilised for a variety of purposes, such as an upgraded notification LED.
This was made clear in a video on YouTube MKBHD, which displayed the whole Nothing phone (1). The Glyph user interface may notify users of alerts, calls, charges, and other events.
A 6.55-inch 120Hz AMOLED display, the Snapdragon 778G+ processor, and a 4,500mAh battery with compatibility for 45W cable charging and an unnamed wireless charging.
Three different storage options for the phone are also anticipated at launch. They consist of a top-end 12GB/256GB model, an 8GB/128GB variant, and an 8GB/256GB variant.
The 50MP primary camera and 16MP ultrawide camera in the dual-camera system on the back are anticipated, along with a second 16MP sensor for selfies and video calls on the front.
The price might be about Rs 31,000 for the base model and as much as roughly Rs 32,000 and roughly Rs 36,000 for the higher variants, according to a leak by RootMyGalaxy.
Last week, Nothing unveiled its invite-only approach for distributing early access permits to a select group of users. pre-booking permit for a Nothing phone (1) may reserve the phone for themselves for Rs 2,000.
on July 12, these customers will be the first in line to receive it. To make up for the pre-booking fee, those who choose to purchase the phone at that time would receive a RS 2k discount.
According to a recent rumour by tipster Yogesh Brar, Nothing would also work with Reliance Digital in India for offline sales of the phone (1) after launch.
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