Nothing is all set to launch its first smartphone, the Nothing Phone (1) in India and there have been several leaks and reports about the phone for quite some time now. Although not much information has known about this phone officially. But things have leaked about its pre-order details, launch date, specs and price.
Here’s how to pre-order Nothing Phone (1)
A few days back also it was revealed that Nothing Phone (1) can be pre-booked with a pre-order pass of Rs 2 thousand. Now, once again the news has surfaced regarding the pre-order details of this phone. According to tipster Mukul Sharma, Nothing Phone (1) can be pre-booked against a security deposit of Rs 2,000. With this pre-book pass, people will also get a special discount on an accessory from Nothing Phone (1) and can also take advantage of some exclusive pre-order offers.
With the help of this pass, the phone can ordered from Flipkart. People taking the pass will sent an invite code on their email id which can used for the final purchase.
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Nothing Phone (1) price and launch date.
Although the launch date and price of Nothing Phone (1) have not been officially revealed. But leaks and reports have definitely revealed this. According to the screenshots, those who will pass the pre-order will be able to buy this smartphone from Flipkart on July 12 at 9 pm. The price of this smartphone will be less than 30 thousand rupees.
Specs of Nothing Phone (1).
For your information, let us tell you that very little information has revealed about the features of Nothing Phone (1). A few days ago it has come to know that this new smartphone of Nothing will work on the Snapdragon 778+ processor. In this you can get up to 8GB of RAM and when it comes to battery. Nothing Phone (1) can come with 45W charging support. At present, no more things have known about this cross-sighted smartphone.
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