Nothing phone (1) launched with a 50MP camera, 8GB/12GB RAM, and a 4500mAh big battery. The enigmatic start-up Nothing, founded by Carl Pei, a former co-founder of OnePlus, has only launched one product since its founding less than two years ago: a set of reasonably priced earphones.
The Nothing Phone (1), which intended to be its follow-up device, has now officially debuted. We now have the whole list of features and prices for the Phone (1), which may be less expensive than you had anticipated.
Fans in the UK, Europe, and Asia may get their hands on a very interesting phone that will undoubtedly live up to (some of) the excitement, despite the fact that it will regretfully never launch in the US. The company originally acknowledged that it was developing a smartphone at its event on March 23 before gradually releasing information to fans in the lead-up to an official launch event on July 12.
However, the phone wasn’t really made available for purchase until July 21. Global accessibility is another important consideration. The phone won’t released in the US or Canada, but there have been no confirmed carrier partners throughout the UK, Europe, or Asia.
Nothing phone (1) launched with a 50MP camera, 8GB/12GB RAM, and a 4500mAh big battery
Nothing has officially said that only a “closed beta program” with “a small number of our private community investors in the U.S.” will implemented. Given the “unpredictable” performance on T-Mobile, the absence of voice-over-4G on AT&T, and the complete lack of coverage on Verizon, it appears that even those fortunate few will have difficulty using the phone frequently.
You may purchase it directly from Nothing’s website, as well as through networks including O2 in the UK, Amazon in the UK and Europe, and Flipkart in India. For more information, see our more thorough advice on where to buy the phone (1). The Phone (1) well-positioned to compete with devices like the Google Pixel 6, Samsung Galaxy S22, and iPhone 13 at that price, and it is actually more expensive than mid-range options like the OnePlus Nord 2T and Samsung Galaxy A53.
Really, it’s a tried-and-true tactic from Nothing. While maintaining premium features like ANC (active noise canceling), the company’s Ear (1) headphones offered competitive prices at $99/£99/€99, putting them at the upper end of what would be termed “budget” within its own product category.