Nothing Phone (1) will go on sale for the first time after the long hype surrounding the transparent rear smartphone. By far, it has the most unique design among all other mid-range offerings on the smartphone market today.
The Nothing Phone (1) will be on sale in India on Flipkart for Rs 32,999 from 7pm.
O Nothing Phone (1) features white LED lights or Glyphs under the clear rear window. These are customizable to notify you of calls or messages. O mid-range smartphone comes with an aluminum chassis reminiscent of the current iphone and runs on a custom Snapdragon 778G Plus chipset. Unlike other smartphones like the Moto Edge 30 that come with the same chipset, Nothing Phone (1) supports both wireless and reverse wireless charging.
The smartphone also has a dual camera setup with a 50MP primary camera and a secondary 50MP ultra wide-angle lens. All hardware, including the LED lights, is powered by a 4,500mAh battery and supports fast charging up to 33W.
Nothing Phone prices and offers (1)
The Nothing Phone (1) will be available in Black and White color options in three variants. Each of the variants will receive a discount of Rs 1,000 as part of the first day sale. Below is the price for the smartphones, including the introductory discount.
|8GB RAM / 128GB Storage||31,999 rupees||Black|
|8GB RAM / 256GB Storage||34,999 rupees||black and white|
|12GB RAM / 256GB Storage||37,999 rupees||black and white|
The company does not include a charger in the box and only provides a Type-C to Type-C cable. Nor is it a case bundled with the smartphone. The Nothing Phone (1) supports 33W fast charging and the company sells the Nothing Power 45W charger (opens in new tab) for BRL 1,499. The protective cover is also sold separately.
Should you get it?
The Nothing Phone (1) definitely has the appeal and look and feel that no other smartphone offers in 2022. The smartphone has a lot of expectations to be met by end users, but our review confirms that it can stand its own ground. The chipset is reliable, the camera performs well for its price, and the design will turn many heads.
The Nothing Phone (1) is a good choice if these dots tick their boxes. Although the company released its first Android update yesterday, there were reports of camera performance improvements. As Nothing’s first smartphone, you’ll need to keep your mind open to the fact that it’s a new product and there will be tough patches. And those will be resolved in the long run. Patience is the key here.