Nothing Phone 1 will make its global launch on July 12. Just a few days before the official launch, an official TPU (Thermoplastic Polyurethane) case for the smartphone has leaked online hinting at the design. . The case is black with a semi-transparent design and has cutouts for the speaker and camera. Additionally, the Nothing Phone 1 pre-order card is now available on Flipkart to everyone without an invite code. Previously, the company provided invitation codes to a select number of customers to pass pre-orders.
Tipster Ishan Agarwal, in cooperation with MySmartPrice, posted a render of the alleged official TPU case Nothing Phone 1. It has a semi-transparent design and cutouts for the power button on the spikes and at the bottom for the speaker, USB Type-C port, and mic. There is a cutout at the back to show the camera unit. The case also shows the Nothing branding on the back. Nothing is rumored to come with a case with the phone.
Building hype around the launch of Nothing Phone 1, the UK-based company has started invitation only program to allow a limited number of initial customers as well as members of its private community to purchase pre-order cards to reserve phones. The card, available with a refundable deposit of Rs. 2,000, which will allow them to purchase priority phones through Flipkart. In the latest update, Flipkart has listed pre-order card for Nothing Phone 1 on their website, suggesting that users can pre-order the card directly from the e-commerce site without having to use an invitation code. The listing indicates that the card will be purchasable if the user has interacted with Nothing Phone 1 page on Flipkart and click the Notify me option.
Nothing phone 1 will be launched in London on July 12 at 8:30pm IST via a virtual event. It will become exclusive to card holders from 9pm on July 12. The first smartphone of the brand led by Carl Pei will be the provide energy by a custom Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G+ chip. Nothing recent confirms that the phone is made of recycled aluminum material. It is confirmed to run on Android-based Nothing OS.