Nothing Phone 1 is made in India, will be sold through Flipkart

London-based Nothing Company recently announced that it will introduce its first smartphone, the Nothing Phone (1) on July 12 this year. Now, the company has announced that they are ready to start production of their next devices.

In a big boost for Make In India, Nothing Company will be producing all the smartphones they sell in India, only in India. The Indian variant of the Nothing Phone (1) will be manufactured at the production facility of a renowned manufacturer based near Chennai, Tamil Nadu. “We are delighted to announce that every (1) phone sold in India will be manufactured locally. Nothing Phone (1) is the true start of our journey and we cannot think of a better way to establish ourselves in India, which is a key market for us,” said Manu Sharma, vice president and general manager of Nothing India, in a statement. Regarding its sales channels, Nothing had announced a couple of weeks ago that in India, will be exclusive to Flipkart. The upcoming smartphone will be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon mobile platform. Potential customers who want to get their hands on the device as soon as possible and before the device goes on sale can pre-order it on Flipkart for Rs 2,000. The final price of the device has not been revealed at the time of writing, but rumors suggest that the device will be priced around $500-550. The device will come pre-installed with Nothing OS. The device will receive three years of operating system updates and four years of security updates. The Nothing (1) phone would have a metal chassis. The device may arrive with a dual rear camera setup accompanied by an LED flash. The rear panel also appears to have a set of magnetic connectors. As for the other specifications, the phone out of nowhere (1) It is rumored to have a 6.43-inch FHD+ display, with support for a 90Hz refresh rate and HDR10+. It will run on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 SoC, which will be powered by a 4,500mAh battery with 80-120W charging. It is also programmed to support wireless charging. Via: FirstPost