Nothing Phone (1) Lite could be the same smartphone without the lights

Nothing might already be ready with its next smartphone. The London-based company may continue to keep things transparent and make a few changes for a “Lite” version of the Nothing Phone (1).

According to a report (opens in new tab) by The Mobile Indian, the company is preparing to launch another version of the Nothing Phone (1). This time around the smartphone could be coming in at a lower price than the previous model. Termed as the “Lite” version of the Nothing Phone (1), the next model might exclude the Glyph Interface and could be priced under Rs 30,000 in India. The smartphone will continue to feature the transparent panel at the back. It’s unclear at this time if the designs on the back will remain the same or not.

Nothing Phone (1)

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Additionally, the Nothing Phone (1) Lite will also remove support for wireless and reverse wireless charging. The report does state that the smartphone will feature the same chipset. Though it won’t be a surprise if the chipset is changed for a more affordable one like the Snapdragon 695. The company worked closely with Qualcomm to manufacture a custom Snapdragon 778G Plus chipset which supports wireless charging.

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