Nothing Phone (1) price increases in India. The Nothing Phone (1), which was revealed last month, is now INR1,000 ($13) ($13) more expensive in India, costing INR33,999 ($427/€420) for the 8GB/128GB edition, INR36,999 ($464/€457) for the 8GB/256GB model, and INR39,999 ($502/€494) for the 12GB/256GB model.
Later today, the smartphone will be offered for sale on Flipkart at revised rates in two color options: Black and White. The business had to raise the price of the Phone (1) in India owing to shifting currency exchange rates and increased component prices, according to Mr. Manu Sharma, VP, and GM of Nothing India.
Customers from other areas can still buy the Phone (1) at the list price. Nothing’s first smartphone, The Phone (1), runs Nothing OS out of the box and is powered by a Snapdragon 778G+ SoC. A 6.55″ FullHD+ 120Hz OLED with Gorilla Glass 5 on top serves as its main structural support.
Nothing Phone (1) price increases in India
A 16MP selfie camera punch hole and a fingerprint reader for biometric verification are also included in the screen’s top-left corner. Two cameras—a 50MP primary camera and a 50MP ultrawide camera—as well as LEDs, are included on the Phone’s (1) transparent back panel.
The 4,500 mAh battery of the Nothing Phone (1) can support 33W cable charging and includes 5G connectivity. Additionally, the smartphone supports 5W reverse wireless charging and 15W wireless charging. To understand more, you can read our Nothing Phone (1) review here or view the video review that is included below.