Nothing Phone (1) managed to create the hype that OnePlus used to achieve with its invitation system. After all, Nothing boss Carl Pei once spearheaded OnePlus’ expansion. The invitation system was one of a kind when OnePlus introduced it, but over the past few years, easy product accessibility has made it obsolete. Until Nothing decides to bring him back. Amid mild criticism, nothing handed out invitations to select interested people who could potentially buy the next phone, but a Flipkart listing suggests the invitation system may be over. Also read – Nothing Phone (1) may not come with an integrated charger: report
Flipkart may allow you to purchase the pre-order pass directly from the website without having to use an invite code. This means that anyone interested in buying the Nothing Phone (1) could spend Rs 2,000 on the pre-order pass right away and the rest of the amount – which is the price of the phone – will have to be paid at the time of likely purchase. on July 12, when the Nothing Phone (1) will arrive. Read also – Nothing Phone (1) processor confirmed by company chief Carl Pei
Omitting an invite code makes Nothing Phone (1) more accessible to shoppers. This could be the result of the huge hype around the phone. The invite code redemption has been going on on Twitter and several other platforms since Nothing announced that sales of its first phone won’t be open to everyone. But now that the invite system seems to have been removed, the number of orders for the Nothing Phone (1) is likely to increase. Read also – Nothing could partner with Reliance Digital for the offline sale of the Nothing Phone (1)
Phone specifications (1)
Nothing has said much about the phone yet, but it has given in to the deluge of leaks that have left almost nothing to the imagination. Pei shared the first look at the phone (1), corroborating the leaks. The phone has a transparent back, which shows off the phone’s internals in a design consistent with the company’s very first product, Nothing ear (1). The company calls it the Glyph interface, but it’s basically a transparent design. Nothing packed around 900 LEDs installed in a design on the back, which lights up whenever there is a notification or an incoming call. But it’s unclear at this time if these lights will also shine for other setups.
The Nothing Phone specs (1), according to tipster Abhishek Yadav, may include a 6.55-inch OLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate and Corning Gorilla Glass protection. This protection can also be present at the back. Nothing has also already confirmed the processor of the phone (1), which is the Snapdragon 778G+ chipset. This is a mid-range chipset, which means the phone won’t belong to the flagship segment, but the company might pitch it as a flagship killer. The Nothing Phone (1) is also said to feature a 50-megapixel rear camera system with the ability to record 4K video at 60 fps.
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