Nothing Phone (1) Just Got More Expensive In India

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If you are planning to buy Nothing Phone (1), then you might not like this update. If you have already bought one, then it will make you happy. The Nothing Phone (1) just became slightly expensive in India for the same reason that you might already know.

Nothing Phone (1) Now Costs Rs. 39,999 In India

The Nothing Phone (1) was launched in India just a few weeks back with a starting price of Rs. 32,999 for the base model with 8GB RAM and 128GB storage. The company has now increased the price of the device by Rs. 1,000, and the same now costs Rs. 33,999.

Similarly, the mid variant of the Nothing Phone (1) with 8GB RAM and 256GB storage costs Rs. 36,999, while the top-end variant with 12GB RAM and 256GB of storage will retail for Rs. 39,999, making it even more expensive.

There Is A Reason For It

According to Manu Sharma, the Vice President and General Manager,

Nothing India, the company has increased the price of Nothing Phone (1) due to fluctuating currency exchange rates and rising component costs. Hence, all three variants of the Nothing Phone (1) will start retailing at a slightly higher price starting today.

Thank you for the love shown towards Phone (1)!

With fluctuating currency exchange rates & rising component costs, we had to change prices.

Starting today, Phone (1) will be available @flipkart for 8GB/128GB (INR 33,999), 8GB/256GB (INR 36,999), and 12GB/256GB (INR 39,999).

— Manu Sharma (@buildingnothing) August 18, 2022

Is Nothing Phone (1) Still Worth It?

Unlike most Android smartphones in this price range, the Nothing Phone (1) does not focus on performance or specifications. With the iPhone-inspired design, the Nothing Phone (1) targets those, who want a well-built smartphone with unique looks, and the Glyph lighting is like icing on the cake.

Yes, the device now costs Rs. 1,000 more, and even with the increased price, the Nothing Phone (1) still looks like a fantastic deal. However, if you are very price sensitive, then you might have to look at the alternatives like the Moto Edge 30 or even the Poco F4.

Best Mobiles in India


  • Samsung Galaxy S21 FE 5G

    54,999


  • OPPO Reno7 Pro 5G

    36,599


  • Xiaomi 11T Pro 5G

    39,999


  • Vivo V23 Pro 5G

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  • Apple iPhone 13 Pro Max

    1,29,900


  • Vivo X70 Pro Plus

    79,990


  • OPPO Reno6 Pro 5G

    38,900


  • Redmi Note 10 Pro Max

    18,999


  • Motorola Moto G60

    19,300


  • Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra

    69,999


  • Apple iPhone 13

    79,900


  • Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra

    1,09,999


  • Apple iPhone 13 Pro

    1,19,900


  • Samsung Galaxy A32

    21,999


  • Apple iPhone 13 Pro Max

    1,29,900


  • Samsung Galaxy A12

    12,999


  • OnePlus 9

    44,999


  • Redmi Note 10 Pro

    15,999


  • Redmi 9A

    7,332


  • Vivo S1 Pro

    17,091


  • Vivo Y35


    17,770


  • Vivo Y77e 5G


    17,999


  • Xiaomi Mix Fold 2


    1,06,000


  • Redmi K50 Ultra


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  • Vivo Y55


    20,350


  • Oppo Reno8 4G


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  • OnePlus Nord N20 SE


    11,933


  • Motorola Moto S30 Pro


    25,925


  • Motorola Moto Razr 2022


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  • OnePlus Ace Pro


    39,999

Story first published: Thursday, August 18, 2022, 13:54 [IST]

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