After a brief absence, the Nothing Phone 1 is once again available on the e-commerce site Flipkart in the colours black and white.
After a temporary absence due to Nothing’s price hikes, the Nothing Phone 1 in black and white is once again available for purchase on the e-commerce site Flipkart. Carl Pei’s consumer technology company claims that “all Phone 1 models are on sale now,” although the most expensive variant is temporarily out of stock.
Which versions of the Nothing Phone 1 are currently sold on Flipkart?
There are now black and white versions of the Nothing Phone 1 for sale on Flipkart. Whenever it refers to storage models, however, not all of them exist in both colour schemes.
There are three different storage options for the Nothing Phone 1 with black (8GB/128GB, 8GB/256GB, and 12GB/256GB), but only the 8GB/256GB option is available for the white version. Unfortunately, the white version of the Nothing Phone 1 in both the 8GB/128GB and 12GB/256GB storage combinations is no longer available.
The new, higher costs of using Phone 1 have no effect.
Nothing, a consumer technology company founded by Carl Pei, raised the price of its recently released Nothing Phone 1 by Rs 1,000, making the base 8GB/128GB model cost Rs 33,999. The London-based phone producer claims that it has to raise the price of its Nothing Phone 1 due to escalating costs of materials and unpredictability in currency exchange rates.
Following a price increase, the Nothing Phone 1’s 8GB RAM and 256GB internal memory model will now run you Rs 36,999, while the 12GB RAM and 256GB storage space option will now set you back Rs 39,999.
Since we began developing Phone (1), a lot has happened, including economic variables like changing exchange rates and increasing component costs. We have to adjust our prices in light of the current situation. According to an announcement from the smartphone manufacturer, Phone 1 would be offered to start today for 8GB/128GB -INR 33,999, 8GB/256GB -INR 36,999, and also the 12GB/256GB -INR 39,999.
Since its release, the Nothing Phone 1 has been involved in a variety of controversies, notably the most recent one involving the smartphone’s claimed peak brightness that was insufficient in a real-world test. The recently released Nothing Phone 1 has originally claimed that it could reach a maximum luminosity of 1200 nits, however, a practical test by the German tech magazine ComputerBase revealed that the Nothing Phone 1 was only able to reach a maximum luminance of 700 nits.