Splendid Deal on Flipkart! Grab Nothing Phone (1) now as price plummets from Rs. 37,999 to just Rs. 28999

Want to get a huge price cut on Nothing Phone (1)? Check out this Flipkart deal.

By: HT TECH
| Updated on: Jul 19 2023, 17:43 IST
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Nothing Phone 1 vs Phone 2: From price, chip, battery to camera, check what is expected
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1/6 Design: It will be safe to say that Nothing Phone 2 will retain a transparent design like its predecessor Phone 1 and other Nothing products. The teaser reveals a glyph light strip and a red recording indicator that has been altered from a circular shape to a rectangular one. (Nothing)
Nothing Phone (1)
2/6 Performance: Nothing Phone 2 is tipped to feature a flagship Snapdragon 8 series chipset which will be a big upgrade over Nothing Phone 1's Snapdragon 778G+ 5G chipset. (HT Tech)
Nothing Phone (1)
3/6 Battery: One of the biggest upgrades on Nothing Phone 2 is tipped to be the boost in the battery. As per a MySmartPrice report, a 5000mAh battery can be expected instead of Phone 1's 4500mAh.  (HT Tech)
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4/6 Display and software: Nothing Phone 2 is expected to get an adaptive AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate, though, it may get the same-sized bezels. Plus, Nothing may bring elevated stock Android experience. (HT Tech)
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5/6 Cameras: So far, there's no word on Phone 2's cameras. Nothing Phone 1 features dual 50MP rear cameras and a 16MP selfie shooter. However, Nothing is expected to overcome the limitations of the previous model's camera performance.   (HT Tech )
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6/6 Price and availability: Nothing hasn't announced the final launch date yet. Leaks suggest that you can expect Nothing Phone 2 in June or July 2023. Also, considering the upgrade Snapdragon 8-series chipset, Phone 2 can be slightly more expensive than Phone 1, which was launched at Rs. 33999. (HT Tech)
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Nothing Phone (1) can be yours for just Rs. 28999. (Amritanshu/HT Tech)

If you were looking for a smartphone to buy that is available with discounts and missed the recent online sales, then you should know that an opportunity to grab such a phone still exists. You can save a maximum amount on the purchase of Nothing Phone (1) as Flipkart is offering a heavy discount on it. Before moving to the deal read about the specifications of Nothing Phone (1).

Nothing Phone (1)

Nothing Phone (1) comes with some outstanding features, be it design, camera or battery. Nothing Phone has offers 8 GB RAM, and 128GB storage, a dual-camera configuration and a 16.63 cm (6.55) OLED display. The Smartphone packs a 4500 mAh Lithium-ion Battery and Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G+ Processor. The Handset is Available in two colours white and black. 

Not sure which
mobile to buy?

Flipkart is offering a huge discount on the Nothing Phone. Check out the discount and other ways to reduce the price of the smartphone and save more.

Discount:

The Nothing Phone (1) deal on Flipkart is available with a 23% discount, which has brought the price down to Rs. 28,999 from Rs. 37,999 for the 128GB storage variant.

Bank offers:

Flipkart is also offering several bank offers, which will help you save more on this deal. We list them here:

1.You can get 10% off on Axis Bank Credit Card and EMI Transactions, up to Rs.1000, on orders of Rs.5,000 and above.

2.You can also get flat Rs.1,250 Off on HDFC Bank Credit Card EMI Transactions on orders priced between Rs.15,000 to Rs.39,999.

3.Custemers get 10% Instant Discount on Citi Credit Card and EMI Transactions, up to Rs.1,000 on orders of Rs.5,000 and above.

4.On Flipkart you can also get 10% off on Axis Bank Debit Card and EMI Transactions, up to Rs.500, on orders of Rs.5,000 and above.

5.Users can get 10% Instant Discount on Citi Debit Card Transactions, up to Rs.500 on orders of Rs.5,000 and above.

6. Bank offers also include flat Rs.1000 off on Flipkart Axis Credit Card EMI Transactions.

7. You can also get 5% Cashback on Flipkart Axis Bank Card.

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First Published Date: 19 Jul, 17:42 IST
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