Nothing phone (1) to start from €470 in Europe, Amazon leak reveals

Yordan, 30 June 2022

Nothing will launch its phone (1) on July 12, and we have an official confirmation it will run on the Snapdragon 778G+ chipset. The phone’s performance will be on par with the Samsung Galaxy A73 and the Moto Edge 30, but its price leaked on Amazon and it is going to compete with the more powerful Google Pixel 6 and Samsung Galaxy S21 FE.

A listing posted by Amazon Germany and subsequently shared on Reddit reveals the company will sell the phone (1) for €469.99 with 8/128 GB or €549.99 with 12/256 GB.

Nothing phone (1) on Amazon Germany Nothing phone (1) on Amazon Germany
Nothing phone (1) on Amazon Germany

The prices in Europe are drastically higher than the rumored cost in India. The Old Continent is going to be one of the major markets for the phone (1) after Nothing confirmed the new device will not be available in North America.

Earlier Nothing phone (1) teasers revealed a transparent back panel which shows two cameras with a ring light around them, and a wireless charging coil - something rather unusual for midrangers. There are almost two weeks until the event and we hope to learn more in the days, leading up to it.

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s21 fe can be bought for 470 usd for 8/256 haha. fully ip68 good software support/can uninstall most bloatware using adb. 12 on iphone is still better than 50 mp on xiaomi or bbk so dont belittle the 12 mp. 778 vs 888? for years to come flagship chip...

Yes man flagship chip will be faster than SD788 midrange. Yes congrats you run same app by 0,2 seconds faster then it will run exactly smooth like on SD788. But congratulations you saved 0,2 seconds of your life tired to waiting to load that app o...

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  • 05 Jul 2022
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s21 fe can be bought for 470 usd for 8/256 haha. fully ip68 good software support/can uninstall most bloatware using adb. 12 on iphone is still better than 50 mp on xiaomi or bbk so dont belittle the 12 mp. 778 vs 888? for years to come flagship chip...

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