Carl Pei’s Nothing is all set to foray into the smartphone segment with its Nothing Phone (1). The Nothing Phone (1) will make its debut on July 12 in India and global markets. The upcoming Phone (1) will be sold exclusively via Flipkart in the country. Ahead of the launch, a new teaser has gone live on Flipkart which reveals the first look of Nothing’s first-ever smartphone.
Also, popular leakster Mukul Sharma has shared a screenshot on the micro-blogging site – Twitter which reveals the Nothing Phone (1) pre-booking details. The screenshot also confirms that the device will come in multiple configurations.
Nothing Phone (1) First Look Revealed!
The teaser image on Flipkart showcases the first look of the upcoming Phone (1). The image reveals that the Phone (1) will come with a flat-edge design which we have seen with recent iPhone models. The antenna lines on the top edge can be seen in the teaser image which confirms that the chassis of the Phone (1) will be made up of metal.
The camera module on the device appears to be on the left side of the back panel. This is in line with the renders that suggested the device will come with a dual-rear camera setup arranged in a vertical array.
Nothing Phone (1) India Pre-Booking Details Surface Ahead of Launch!
The leaked screenshot reveals that Nothing will allow users to pre-book the smartphone before the official launch. For pre-booking amount, customers need to pay Rs 2,000 in advance to reserve a unit of the Nothing Phone (1). The pre-booking amount will be adjusted while making the Phone (1) purchase post the launch.
It is worth noting that the leaked screenshot mentions “variant of your choice” which suggests that the Nothing Phone (1) might come in multiple storage-memory configurations and colour options.
The Nothing Phone (1) was recently spotted on the TUV certification database which revealed that the device will support 45W fast charging. Also, the handset is tipped to sport Qualcomm Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 processor.
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