Nothing Phone (1) next sale date: This is when you can buy it on Flipkart, check prices
Nothing Phone (1) next sale date has been announced, check when you can get your hands on it on Flipkart.
Nothing Phone (1) next sale date has been announced! The Phone (1), which is the first smartphone from Nothing, is usually available in limited numbers since its launch back in July. Nothing is yet to announce an open sale and until then, you need to wait for the stocks on Flipkart. At the moment, if you want to get your hands on the Phone (1), you can try our luck on August 22 on Flipkart. Nothing will put up an undisclosed amount of stocks of the Phone (1) up for grabs at 12 PM on the day.
Ahead of the sale date, Flipkart has listed the variants and colours that will be available this time. The base variant of the Nothing Phone (1), which costs Rs. 32,999, will be available in black (this is the only colour you get with the base variant). The 256GB storage variant will be available in White at a price of Rs. 35,999. The top-end variant with 12GB RAM and 256GB storage will be available in black only, costing Rs. 38,999.
Nothing Phone (1) sale notes
-Note that the Phone (1) units are usually available in limited quantities and hence, you will need to be quick on your heels to secure one for yourself.
-The Nothing Phone (1) does not come with a charger in the box. Hence, you will need to buy one separately from Nothing. Note that the phone supports up to 33W of wired fast charging.
-You also do not get a protective case in the box.
Nothing Phone (1) at a glance
After having a troubled start with several issues related to the defective manufacturing, the Nothing Phone (1) continues to be a strong offering in the midrange smartphone space. The Phone (1) takes on the likes of the Apple iPhone SE 3rd Gen and Google Pixel 6a. Equipped with a Snapdragon 778G+ chip, the Phone (1) offers a clean Android experience, courtesy of its Nothing OS skin on top of Android 12. Nothing promises three Android OS updates and four years of security patches.
The biggest highlight, however, is the Glyph interface. It appears to be a fancy set of LED notification lights but it has several functions. The Glyph lights can be used as fill lights while taking close up photos. Additionally, with the “Flip to Glyph” enabled, the phone can only use the LED lights to notify of calls and texts.