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Nothing Phone (1) Price Hiked Just A Month After Launch

- Updated: 18th Aug 2022, 21:34 IST
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    Nothing Phone (1) New Price In India

The cost of Nothing’s initial Nothing Phone (1) has raised by Rs. 1,000. The price increase is valid for the three storage options that were introduced in India last month. Manu Sharma, the general manager of Nothing India, tweeted about the development and explained that the price increase was brought on by “fluctuating currency exchange rates and growing component costs.” Other significant OEMs, including Samsung and Xiaomi, have not yet increased the pricing of their budget-friendly devices. 

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Nothing Phone (1) New Price In India

Nothing Phone (1) New Price

As previously stated, there has been a Rs. 1,000 price rise. According to the new price: 128GB and 8GB RAM cost Rs. 33,999 instead of Rs. 32,999. 8GB RAM and 256GB storage costs Rs. 36,999 rupees instead of Rs. 35,999. Rs. 38,999 to Rs. 39,999 for 12GB RAM and 256GB storage. The phone is currently listed on Flipkart with the old price. On the platform, it is still out of stock.

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Everything about the Nothing Phone (1) is unchanged except than the price increase. The phone garnered a lot of attention prior to release since it had a glow-back surface with integrated LED lights. The Glyph module is what the business names it. The phone, however, has been subject to several issues.

LED lights have reportedly caused issues for certain users. We didn’t discover any problems with the product during our review. Although the Nothing OS, which is based on the Android OS, requires improvement, we still found the smartphone to be capable. Some apps break regularly as a result of problems.

The Snapdragon 778G + SoC in the Nothing Phone (1) powers its dual back cameras. The phone’s 4,500mAh battery is very sizable and supports 33W rapid charging. The bundle does not, however, come with a charger.

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