Nothing to price the phone (1) between $400 and $450
Nothing is launching its first phone, simply called phone (1), on July 12. We expect a midranger with a Snapdragon 778G+ chipset, and the latest leak claimed the price will start from INR31,000 in India. This is just south of $400 for an 8/128 GB version.
The Nothing phone (1) is also said to have an 8/256 GB version for INR32,000, which is around $420. A third, even more powerful variant, with 12 GB RAM and 256 GB storage is expected to cost INR36,000, which translates to $450.
Specs are scarce at this moment, but we already saw the device get certified with 45W fast charging with the PPS standard. It will also have some wireless charging, as confirmed by the teasers of the transparent back panel.
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