- Nothing Phone (1) price is tipped to be around Rs 41,000.
- The launch date of the device has also been leaked.
- The Nothing Phone (1) will come with a transparent design.
Nothing Phone (1) price and launch date have been tipped. Earlier this year, Nothing officially confirmed that the brand was working on launching its first-ever Android smartphone, dubbed the Nothing Phone (1). So far, the device has been kept under wraps, and we know little about its specifications, features, and price. That, however, appears to have changed now, as a new leak has suggested the launch date and the price of the upcoming Nothing Phone (1). Furthermore, the brand itself has started teasing the design of the device. Let’s take a look.
Nothing Phone (1) price, launch date leaked
A new report has tipped the Nothing Phone (1) price and launch date. If the leak is to be believed, the Nothing Phone (1) will release globally on July 21st. The source is not certain whether Nothing will launch the phone on the said date or will make it available for sale. In any case, we can expect the Nothing Phone (1) to launch sometime in July. Furthermore, the source claims that the Nothing Phone (1) will be priced around EUR 500 (approx Rs 41,000).
Nothing Phone (1) design
As seen in the tweet above, this is what the Nothing Phone (1) could look like. The design seems to have been inspired by Massimo Vignelli’s New York subway map. The phone could come with a transparent design that reveals all the parts and components under the hood. Do note that this is one of the early designs of the device, so the end product might look different. In any case, the Nothing Phone (1) is more than likely to follow similar design philosophy.
Nothing Phone (1) specifications (expected)
The Nothing Phone (1) is expected to run on Android 12-based custom Android skin out of the box. The device will likely be powered by the newly launched Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 processor. Furthermore, we can expect the Nothing Phone (1) to feature a transparent (sort of) back. The presence of wireless charging support is more than likely.
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