Nothing Phone (1): The 12 GB RAM and 256 GB ROM will be availabale at  ₹37,999 with an additional  ₹29 secured packaging fee from Flipkart.

Nothing Phone (1): Flipkart is holding a live sale today. Check offers, more details

Launched in India on July 13, the ‘Nothing Phone (1)’ will go on sale on Flipkart from 7 PM onwards for the first time ever. The Nothing Phone (1) will be available on Flipkart in three variants with 8GB RAM and 128GB ROM and is priced at Rs 31,999 (introductory offer) with an additional bundle charge of ₹29 along with 8GB RAM and 256GB . ROM and is priced at Rs 34,999 with an additional charge of ₹ 29 for secure packaging. The 12GB RAM and 256GB ROM will be available at ₹37,999 (introductory offer) with an additional bundle charge of ₹29 from Flipkart.

Nothing Phone (1) : Features

Advanced dual cameras

It’s time to learn that more cameras mean better photos and videos. The phone’s dual camera (1) has two advanced 50MP sensors, with the main camera powered by Sony’s flagship IMX766. A wide ƒ/1.8 aperture, dual image stabilization and 10-bit color videos give you everything you need to shoot exceptionally stable, faithful and brilliantly detailed content. Smart features like night mode and scene detection adapt the perfect settings for each shot and do the work for you.

The primary camera uses a 50-megapixel Sony IMX766 1/1.56-inch sensor with f/1.88 aperture, while the ultra-wide-angle unit has a 114-degree field of view. The camera system has dual OIS and EIS and one would also be able to record videos with 1 billion colors.

The phone (1) also features night mode and scene detection, with scene detection automatically recognizing what you’re shooting and suggesting the best settings for the shot.

While most modern smartphones have 3-4 rear cameras, the Nic prides itself on having only two cameras (1) on the back of the phone, which deliver great results, instead of three or four cameras with somewhat lackluster performance.

“They add cameras. Think more is more. But more just means more cameras of lower quality. For the illusion of innovation. More lidar sensors you’d never use. More for the sake of it. Just to take more from you. So Phone ( 1) has only two cameras. Two great ones. Not four mediocre ones,” Nothing said in a blog post.

Glyph interface

The Glyph interface is a new way of communicating that helps minimize screen time, nothing like you’ve seen before. Unique light patterns made up of 900 LEDs show who’s calling and signal app notifications, charging status and more. Simply pair individual contacts with a ringtone, each with a unique glyph pattern, so you never miss what’s really important.

For quieter focusing, Flip to Glyph triggers silent, light-only notifications by placing the phone (1) with the Glyph facing up.

Strong performance

Behind the phone’s astonishing speed (1) is the powerful and reliable Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 778G+ chipset, custom-built for nothing to include wireless and reverse charging. It delivers phenomenal graphics and advanced camera features, all accelerated by 5G. Game mode precisely matches sound and graphics and minimizes notifications for immersive and immersive gameplay.

Charge fast and charge wirelessly.

Get 18 hours of use on each charge and two days of standby time. Reach 50% power in just 30 minutes of charging. Power accessories like Nothing Ear (1) with 5W reverse charging. The charging coil glyph will even light up to indicate that reverse charging is in progress.

Availability and price

The phone (1) is available in both white and black colors with three variants to choose from 8GB/128GB (₹32,999), 8GB/256GB (₹35,999) and 12GB/256GB (Rs 38,999)

For pre-order customers, Nothing is offering a limited-time introductory price of: 8GB/128GB (₹31,999), 8GB/256GB (₹34,999) and 12GB/256GB (₹37,999).

Sanjit
Sanjit

I am Sanjit Gupta. I have completed my BMS then MMS both in marketing. I even did a diploma in computer software and Digital Marketing.

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