Nothing Phone (1) Will Be Officially Launching on Flipkart in India, According to the Company

Nothing Phone (1): It’s summer, which means it’s time for Nothing to release its first smartphone, which may come shortly. Nothing has now disclosed facts about where you will be able to buy the phone once it is released(1). Here are the specifics.

Nothing Phone (1) Confirmed Availability Details

Nothing has been verified that the Phone (1) would be available for purchase on Flipkart, extending the company’s partnership with the Indian e-commerce website. To recall, the company’s original product, the Nothing ear (1), is also available on Flipkart. It is also disclosed that the smartphone may be acquired through O2 in the United Kingdom and Telekom Deutschland in Germany.

Other known information includes the Nothing Phone (1) being powered by a Snapdragon CPU and running Nothing OS, which is based on Android. To give consumers a taste of the Nothing OS, it even released a beta version of the Nothing Launcher, which is now available to a larger audience.

However, further information about its specifications sheet and even the design are being kept under wraps. Having said that, we recently obtained some information on What’s First’s first smartphone. But be warned: this leak is quite sketchy!

The Nothing phone (1) is said to have a 6.43-inch AMOLED display with a refresh rate of 90Hz and a Snapdragon 778G CPU. This will very certainly be coupled with 8GB of RAM and up to 256GB of storage. Three back cameras are possible, including a 50MP primary camera, an 8MP ultra-wide lens, and a 2MP depth or macro camera. It may be capable of wireless charging and running Android 12 with Nothing OS on top.

Again, we can’t guarantee the veracity of these details, so it’s better to wait for any official information. We will keep you updated. Check to visit our website for more information!

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