Nothing Phone (1) has gone on sale once again via Flipkart with the updated prices. Here is what you need to know.
Nothing Phone (1) has gone on sale again from today but this time, the prices have been updated. Nothing had recently updated the prices of the Phone (1) in India by Rs. 1,000 across all variants. Hence, you can buy the Phone (1) at a starting price of Rs. 33,999 in India at the moment for the base 8GB RAM and 128GB storage. Nothing seems to be having all the colour variants of the Phone (1) in stock and they are still available. Hence, if you have been waiting to own a Nothing Phone (1) for a while, now is the right time.
The Nothing Phone (1) is available in the base 8GB/128GB variant in the black colour variant only, costing ₹33,999. Then there’s the 8GB/256GB variant of the Phone (1) that is available in both black and white colours, costing Rs. 36,999. Lastly, the top-end variant of the Phone (1) with 12GB RAM and 256GB storage is available in black and white variants, costing ₹39,999.
Nothing Phone (1) is on sale today
Despite the recent price hike, the Nothing Phone (1) remains one of the most solid midrange Android phones you can buy. The Phone (1) relies on the Snapdragon 778G+ chipset, delivering reliable and strong performance. You get the Nothing OS experience based on Android 12 out of the box, with Nothing promising three Android OS update and four years of security support. Nothing had recently confirmed delivering the Android 13 Beta update to the Phone (1) before the end of 2022.
Other than that, you get a 6.5-inch FHD+ OLED display with a refresh rate of 120Hz and an optical in-display fingerprint sensor. As for the cameras, the Phone (1) gets a 50MP + 50MP dual rear camera setup that impressed us with its overall still photography performance. You get a 16MP front camera on the Phone (1) as well.
Lastly, all of the Phone (1) relies on a 4500mAh battery with support for 33W wired fast charging and 15W wireless charging, with the ability to do wireless charging. The phone’s standout feature is its Glyph interface, which is essentially a complex arrangement of LED lights blinking to show the notifications and even act as the a fill light for the rear cameras.