The Nothing Cellphone (1), first smartphone from OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei’s new firm was launched in India final month to a lot hype. The Nothing Cellphone (1) is a mid-range providing from the model, and it’s powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G Plus processor. The smartphone is now out there on Flipkart after being out of inventory for the longest time. Nothing has stated that “all Nothing Cellphone (1) fashions can be found on the market,” however some already appear to be out of inventory on the e-commerce platform.
Nothing Cellphone (1) Worth
The Nothing Cellphone (1) is priced at Rs 33,999 onwards for the bottom 8GB RAM + 128GB storage variant, Rs 36,999 for the 8GB RAM + 256GB storage variant, and Rs 39,999 for the top-spec 12GB RAM + 256GB storage variant. The smartphone is offered in each black and white color choices, and customers can avail a Rs 1,500 immediate low cost on HDFC financial institution credit score and debit card EMI transactions, and Rs 1,000 immediate low cost on HDFC financial institution bank card non-EMI transactions. There may be additionally an alternate supply on Flipkart, the place patrons can avail as much as Rs 17,000 off on the Nothing Cellphone (1), relying on their previous smartphone’s worth.
Nothing Cellphone (1) Specs
The Nothing Cellphone (1) comes with a 6.55-inch FHD+ 10-bit OLED show with a 120Hz refresh charge, 240Hz contact sampling charge, and HDR10+ assist. The Nothing Cellphone (1) is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G Plus processor paired with as much as 12GB of RAM and as much as 256GB inner storage. The smartphone comes with a 4,500mAh battery with assist for 33W quick charging.
There’s a twin rear digital camera on the Nothing Cellphone (1) that features a major 50-megapixel Sony IMX766 shooter, and a 50-megapixel Samsung JN1 ultra-wide angle shooter. Up entrance, the Nothing Cellphone (1) comes with a 16-megapixel selfie snapper.
The Nothing Cellphone (1) was launched at a worth of Rs 32,999 in India, however the worth was hiked by Rs 1,000 just lately, as a consequence of elements like fluctuating foreign money alternate charges, and rising part prices have pressured the corporate to alter its costs.