Nothing Phone (1) Goes On Pre-Order Early, Kind Of

I’ve received an email from Nothing today, saying that the Nothing Phone (1) is available to pre-order early. The email states: “With limited availability, this is your chance to get the phone (1) early. Before it even goes on sale”.

You can now pre-order the Nothing Phone (1) early, kind of

In it, there are two links that allow you to join the waitlist to buy the phone. Yes, you read it right, you can join the waitlist. As some of you already know, Nothing opted to bring back the invite system for this launch, reminiscent of OnePlus’ early days.

In the email, Nothing goes on to explain how things will work. The company says: “As stock becomes available, you’ll be sent an invite code to secure your chance to pre-order”. In addition to that, you can get a £20 credit (or local equivalent currency), towards a Phone (1) accessory, or ear (1) earbuds.

At the very end of Nothing’s email, it is stated that on July 12, you’ll get a link to choose your Phone (1) model and complete your order. That applies if you do join the waitlist, and do it fast enough that you’re in the front lines when the time comes.

You can join the waitlist for a chance to purchase the phone on launch day

So, if you do want to get the Nothing Phone (1) as soon as possible, you can now join the waitlist. The number of entries is constantly getting bigger, and it’s highlighted on the pre-order page. If you’re interested, simply tap this link, or the button provided below the article.

Nothing has been hyping up this handset for quite some time now. We’ve already seen its design, and do know some of its specifications as well. Nothing even gave MKBHD an early look at the phone.

The Nothing Phone (1) comes with a see-through back, and back-facing LEDs, which are customizable. The device features uniform bezels, and it will likely be fueled by the Snapdragon 778G+ SoC (or the Snapdragon 7 Gen 1).

The phone will likely include a fullHD+ 120Hz display, and 8GB of RAM. 45W wired charging will be supported, in addition to 15W wireless charging. If you’d like to know more about the phone, check out our preview.

Join the Nothing Phone (1) waitlist



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