Nothing phone (1) could get a cheaper version without the Glyph interface


Nothing Phone (1) appealed to most people, even non-geeks because of its unique design and the slender LEDs on the back. But according to a new report, the company could offer a new, cheaper Nothing Phone (1) model without the LEDs and wireless charging support.

The report of Indian Mobile says the device could be called the Nothing Phone (1) Lite for buyers, and its price range could be around Rs 25,000. The model is likely to get a base option with 6GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage.

Nothing is provided to give a charging adapter inside the box, something the Phone (1) does not have. Nothing could also let more people experience its Android-like Nothing OS launcher.

Other features of the Nothing Phone (1) Lite version could be the same, including the Snapdragon 778+ chipset, and the display technology to be used. Many people found the Nothing Phone (1) to be more expensive, so offering an affordable option might be a smart move.

That said, Nothing has denied the existence of such a phone, so it remains to be seen whether Carl Pei and Co. bring the Lite version or not. Carl spoke about the monotony of the smartphone segment, which forced him to release the Glyph interface for the Nothing Phone (1).

So it would be interesting to see if the company decides to go back on its promise to be pissed off and examine the market dynamics for its next consumer-facing smartphone.

Nothing Phone (1) launched for Rs 32,999 in India, and you get the phone with up to 12GB of RAM. It has a dual rear camera setup and the battery supports wireless charging.

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