Rumor: Nothing works on a “light” version of the phone (1)

Smartphone news site The Mobile Indian has heard from anonymous sources that there is really nothing Works on a second smartphone. The device is likely a “lite” version of Nothing Phone (1), which was released earlier this month.

According to sources, the smartphone has pretty much the same components as a “normal” phone (1): a SnapDragon 778G+ chip, a 6.55-inch 120Hz OLED screen, and a 50MP camera. . Not again.

The light version should become a cheaper alternative to Phone (1), with prices starting at 300 euros (for the 6GB/128GB variant). For the cheapest phone (1) I lost 469 euros. You’ll also get a 42W adapter with the lite, although charging won’t be faster than the phone (1) (33W).

The announcement date is Indian holidays, end of October. Nothing is denying the existence of a light version, so odds are that the rumor is not true. Unless something is trying to stop people from delaying their purchase until there is little, of course.

Nothing Phone (1) is now available anyway. For us Dutch it seems Amazon The only web store that offers it. The 12GB/256GB version will be available from the day after tomorrow (August 1). A couple of weeks ago, we did a comprehensive phone review (1).


The glyph that a light phone does not have (1) has appeared.

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indian mobile

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