Pre-booking for Nothing Phone (1) will be in a special way, price also revealed


Nothing Phone (1): The Nothing Phone 1 is about to launch in India, and now many of its details have started surfacing online. Tipster Mukul Sharma has now leaked its pre-order pass, which is quite a unique method. The phone will be made available through Flipkart. It is learned that people will have to first buy a pre-order pass for the smartphone by paying Rs 2,000 as a security deposit. This will unlock a special price on the Nothing Phone (1) accessory as well as some exclusive pre-order offers.

The device will be launched in India on 12th July. On the same day, interested buyers will have to login to Flipkart, select the Nothing Phone (1) model, and pay a security deposit to get the pre-order pass. For this the window will open at 9:00 pm.

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Keep in mind that this pass does not guarantee that you will be able to pre-order the device. This is just a preliminary step that you need to follow in order to secure a place to pre-order the device. So, if you don’t get this pass, you won’t be able to pre-order the Nothing phone at a later stage.

The leak also shows that this security amount will be deducted from the final price. So, you don’t have to worry about paying for the pass. In addition, purchasing the pass will also bring some special rewards, including free gifts.

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how much can be the price
The Nothing Phone (1) is said to cost Rs 40,000 to Rs 50,000 in India. This means that the phone will be offered in the premium range. The highlight of the phone is that the glyph interface on the back of the phone features 5 Lightning strips, which are reportedly made up of over 900 LEDs, either side by side or one after the other on the back of the phone. One flashes so that the user can get more information about things like charging, notifications and calls.

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