Of course, no brand would launch just one handset, and more smartphones from the brand are expected, but not that early. When the publication contacted Nothing, the brand denied plans to launch a Lite version of Phone (1). We haven’t contacted anything for a response but haven’t heard from them yet
Nothing Phone (1) Lite
The source says that the Lite unit speaks the same body language and configuration as the phone (1) (review), and the only difference between them is the absence of a Glyph interface and wireless charging on the Lite model. This would lower costs – justifying the nickname “Lite” – but the unique LEDs on the back make Nothing Phone (1) stand out, and removing them may not appeal to potential buyers.
This souped-up version of Nothing Phone (1) can also pack a slightly larger 5,000mAh battery (compared to its older sibling’s 4,500mAh), and despite its 33W fast charging support, the source claims buyers will witness a 42W charger in the box. Unlike the phone (1), the Lite comes in 6 GB RAM with 128 GB storage options, priced at Rs 24,999. For reference, the basic variant of Phone (1) – 8GB RAM with 128GB storage – retails for Rs 32,999.
Aside from the RAM, battery and surprising 42W charger in the box, the Lite unit packs a Snapdragon 778G+ chip, a 6.55-inch 120Hz AMOLED panel, dual 50MP rear cameras, and 16 MP selfie shooter.