The next Nothing Phone could be a ‘Lite’ version, without the Glyph lights: Report

Just some weeks after Carl Pei’s Nothing launched the Telephone (1), it seems to be like the corporate is engaged on one other system. Nothing is allegedly engaged on a Lite model of the cellphone that may miss out on the signature Glyph interface, in keeping with a report by The Cell Indian.

Whereas this may sound stunning, it seems to be just like the rumoured cellphone can be a pocket pleasant model of the Telephone (1). The report suggests Nothing might minimize down on some options just like the Glyph interface and wi-fi charging. However the ‘Lite’ model can have the identical processor, show and digicam sensors. It may additionally include a charger within the field to compensate for the shortage of wi-fi charging. What’s fascinating is that the rumoured cellphone may sport a barely bigger 5,000 mAh battery.

Whereas there isn’t a data on the RAM and storage choices, the report suggests the Lite model may be priced someplace round Rs 24,999 for the 6GB/128 GB variant, which might make it extra interesting to some customers.  It needs to be famous that Nothing has denied that it’s engaged on any such cellphone.

Presently, the Nothing Telephone (1) begins at Rs 32,999.  Much like the Nothing Telephone (1), the rumored cellphone can be operating on Nothing OS primarily based on Android 12 out of the field and supply IP53 splash resistance.

There’s little question the Nothing Telephone (1) has seen plenty of curiosity and hype within the Indian market. A ‘lighter’ cheaper variant may assist the corporate achieve extra clients. However then it could take away from the edgy design, with the shortage of the Glyph lights. In spite of everything, the design is the distinctive facet of the Nothing Telephone (1).

In the meantime, the corporate has already pushed out two software program updates to tweak and enhance the person interface of the present Nothing Telephone (1). The most recent replace brings enhancements to the fingerprint scanner and the All the time-on show.

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