The Nothing Phone 1 has been launched in a total of three configurations. The 8GB+128GB configuration is priced at Rs 32,999. On the other hand, the 8GB/256GB configuration phone is priced at Rs 35,999 and the 12GB+256GB configuration is priced at Rs 38,999.
Nothing Phone 1 launched globally on Tuesday. Company CEO Carl Pei launched Nothing’s first phone through a virtual event. According to the company, the phone will be available in several countries including India. The price of the phone is kept around 30 thousand rupees. Is it the right decision to buy Nothing Phone 1 in this price? Before buying the phone, you must know the reviews.
The phone has been launched in three configurations. The 8GB+128GB configuration is priced at Rs 32,999. On the other hand, the 8GB/256GB configuration phone is priced at Rs 35,999 and the 12GB+256GB configuration is priced at Rs 38,999.
Nothing Phone 1 Design:
To be specific, Nothing Phone 1 has a unique design. The back panel of the phone has transparent glass. With LED light on the backside. The LED lights of the back panel will automatically light up with the ring. Also a red light will blink during video recording. But the addition of these features has given the phone a premium look.
The phone uses Gorilla Glass. An aluminum frame is also used. Since the back panel of the phone is transparent, it is possible to see any component inside the phone. A dual camera set-up has been given in the phone. The phone’s camera has also used updated technology.
Dual rear cameras are used. Other companies use better sensors in one camera in the case of dual cameras. But the lens doesn’t use a very good sensor. But the Nothing Phone 1 uses Sony sensors for both cameras. With a 114-degree point of view provided. The picture from the phone is quite good. Also, noise reduction is possible when taking pictures with night mode on. With a natural-looking skin tone.
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The phone is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G+ chipset. With 12GB LPDDR5 used. Many people have had a good experience playing the Call of Duty game on the phone. After about 30 minutes of continuous play, the phone started getting a little warm.