Is a Nothing Phone (1) Lite on the way
Last month, Nothing (1) finally debuted its much anticipated, very contentious phone. And just now, we’re hearing rumors of a different Nothing smartphone, which may be referred to as the Nothing phone (1) Lite. But is this an agreeable circumstance? Let’s investigate.
Nothing phone Lite is currently rumored!
According to a recent article by The Mobile Indian, Nothing will introduce a Nothing phone (1) Lite that, as its name implies, would be a scaled-down version of the phone (1). There will be two differences. The phone is anticipated to have a basic glass back sans LEDs and the Glyph Interface, for starters. Second, wireless charging will not be supported. The phone’s design (1) makes it stand apart from the competitors; therefore, this may be a dramatic step.
According to the study, the internals should be the same. Therefore, it is said that the speculated. Nothing phone (1) Lite would feature a similar 6.55-inch 120Hz AMOLED display, Snapdragon 778G+ CPU, and twin 50MP rear cameras.
However, a larger 5,000mAh battery with 33W quick charging and a 42W converter is said to be included. Due to the concessions, it is also anticipated that the phone would be somewhat less costly, with a possible starting price of Rs 24,999, and it may be released around India’s Christmas season.
You should be aware that Nothing’s second phone may continue to be a rumor if you are already very raved about it. The article also states that the Carl Pei-led business has refuted this information and that Nothing of the type would occur. Nothing is unlikely to mislead a future phone since it often takes responsibility for “leaking” information about its goods. Or maybe it wants to keep the enthusiasm about the phone (1) by keeping details about its next goods secret.
Whatever the situation, we can assume that Nothing won’t release another phone anytime soon, and once that does happen, we can be certain Nothing will let us know on its own! We also hope that it will be improved. When and if such information becomes available, we will let you know. So pay attention. Would you also like a Nothing phone (1) with lower cost and no LEDs? Tell us in the comments section below.