Nothing Phone (1)
- 6.55-inch Full HD
- OLED Display
- 50MP+ 50MP
- 16MP Front Camera
- 4500mAh 33W
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G+ 5G
- Wireless Charging
- Transparent Back
Reason to Buy
- Snapdragon 778G+ Processor
- 50MP + 50MP | 16MP
- Dual speaker and DTS surround sound
New Tech Smartphone in the Market
The Nothing Phone (1) smartphone comes with a transparent design made of plastic and looks like a flat edge. From the backside of the smartphone, you can see the 900 LED light called Glyph Interface. With this Interface, you can use these LED lights for Flash Light for the camera. It is a notification light for incoming calls, app alerts, and charging status. From the center of the backside smartphone, it will feature wireless charging.
The weight of a Nothing Phone (1) smartphone is 194g, and there is no waterproof rating.
The Nothing Phone (1) smartphone has a 6.55-inch Full HD+ 10-bit OLED (AMOLED) display with 402 PPI and a Peak Brightness of 1200 nits, and the display provides a dynamic 120 Hz refresh rate with a 240 Hz Touch Sampling Rate. With this display configuration, Nothing Phone (1) smartphone gives you a great display experience for viewing video and playing gaming content sharply because of its HDR10+. And the display is protected by Gorilla Glass.
The Nothing Phone (1) smartphone is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G+ chipset. It is an Octa-Core processor and supports maximum Clock Speed up to 2.5 GHz. And it is coupled with Qualcomm Adreno 642L GPU, which provides a decent amount of gaming performance and smooth performance in daily uses.
Ram and Storage
Nothing Phone (1) smartphone comes in three variations:
- The 8GB Ram with 128GB Storage
- The 8GB Ram with 256GB Storage
- The 12GB Ram with 256Gb Storage
The Nothing features a dual-camera setup in its Nothing Phone (1) of 50MP primary with a Sony IMX766 Sensor, f/1.88 Aperture, which supports OIS and EIS Image Stabilisation. The second is also a 50MP Samsung JN1 Sensor f/2.2 Aperture.
With this configuration, you can record 4K videos and Slow-Mo up to 120 fps.
The selfie camera of the Nothing Phone (1) is a 16MP Sony IMX471 single-sensor camera capable of recording video at 1080p.
Charging and Battery
The battery capacity of nothing phones (1) is 4500mAh, charged by the 33W fast charger. It will charge the 50% battery in 30 min with its type-C charger, and it also supports wireless charging, so you can charge your nothing phones (1) with it, but it will take more time than wired charging.
Connectivity and sensors
Nothing phones (1) is a 5G supported smartphone and supports 12 5G bands. And both dual sims support the 5G connectivity option.
Nothing phones (1) come with under-display fingerprint sensors.
Nothing phones (1) support 7 navigation sensors with a dual-band of L1 + L5, GLONASS, and Galileo (E1 + E5a dual band). BEIDOU, NAVIC, QZSS, SBAS, A-GPS.
Specification: Nothing Phone (1)
Launch in India
The Nothing Phone (1) was launched on 12 July, and it is available on Flipkart with a starting price of Rs. 31,999 for 8GB and Rs. 34,999 for 12GB Ram Ram. It is available in two colors: black and white.
Price in India
Current Price for Nothing Phone (1)
Nothing Phone (1) Price is Rs. 34,999 In India. You Can Buy Nothing Phone (1) Online After Finding Lowest Price Here. Nothing Phone (1) Price Updated On 25th March 2023.
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Antutu Score of Nothing Phone (1) is 528711 points.
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Pros and Cons
After evaluating our Mobile Finder List, we will give the Pros and Cons ratings in terms of design, performance, rear camera, front camera, battery, value for money, and fast charging. Out of 10 points.
This is the Good Smartphone Under Rs. 35,000
- Wireless Charging
- Transparent Back with LED lights
- unique design smartphone
- WiFi 6 supported
- only 33W fast charging
- mid-range processor
- not for gamers
- no 3.5mm jack
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