Nothing Phone (1) won’t come with a charger: tipster
Following the information revealed on the camera of Nothing Phone (1), Abhishek Yadav, a tipster, is back with More information. This time it says the Nothing Phone (1) will not include a charger in the box.
Tipster claims the Nothing Phone (1) won’t include a charger in the box
He shared a screenshot of what appears to be a listing for the device, of sorts. He did the same for the camera details, but this time he focused on the contents of the retail box.
If you take a look at the image above, you’ll notice that two items are listed under “What’s in the box?” ” Category. A screen protector is mentioned, as well as a USB cable. A charger is not mentioned here at all, nor is it a case, for that matter.
The Nothing Phone (1) is designed to offer 45W, 15W wireless, and 5W reverse wireless charging. You’ll have to buy that 45W charging brick separately though, it seems. We were hoping that a regular silicone case would be included in the box, at least, but that’s not happening either, based on this information.
Take this information with a grain of salt, because the “Date of first availability” information is strange
The dimensions and weight of the package are also mentioned here, but that’s not really important. What caught my attention was the “Date of first availability” section. October 26 is listed here.
I don’t know where the tipster got this screenshot, but it’s possible it came from an unofficial source or a reseller. In this case, you should definitely take this information with a grain of salt. This date is strange to say the least.
The Nothing Phone (1) will become official on July 12, and that’s when Nothing will send purchase links to users who have joined the waitlist. The company has set up a kind of invitation system for this launch.
That said, the devices will likely ship soon after. October 26 is barely a release date for the Nothing Phone (1), so we don’t really know what’s going on here. Maybe this listing is from a reseller, and they expect the phone to go on sale in late October, which would make more sense.