Voices of a nothing Phone (1) Lite are refuted by Nothing

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For those unfamiliar, there was an earlier report from The Mobile Indian where the publication claimed that the company is working on a cheaper version of the Nothing Phone (1) called the Nothing Phone (1) Lite. Some of the differences include how the glyph LED feature on the back will not be present, and how wireless charging will also be removed from the phone.

The Nothing Phone (1) has only recently been released. The Nothing Phone (1) Lite doesn’t appear to be one of the company’s upcoming smartphone launches, despite our assumption that it will. According to a report from PhoneArena, Nothing has officially refuted the phone’s rumours of existence.

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  • Even while August isn’t quite as eventful as July, there is still a lot to look forward to in the Switch world. Players may anticipate titles like Pac-Man, Two Point Campus, Shin-Chan, and a few independent titles this month. So here is a summary: Screenshot from 10 Exciting New Games Coming To Nintendo Switch In August 2022, 6 51. What games from this list are you going to play in August? Tell us below. Review: A monumental, emotionally charged masterpiece is Xenoblade Chronicles 3.

  • That being said, the Nothing Phone (1) is already relatively affordable at its given price point so creating a cheaper model that lacks the unique features of the phone doesn’t really make sense. After all, without the glyph LED feature on the back, the Nothing Phone (1) is just another Android mid-ranger. A cheaper version lacking those selling points would find themselves up against other brands like Samsung, Oppo, Xiaomi, and more, who have already established themselves.

August isn’t quite as happening as last month, but there’s still plenty on the Switch front to anticipate. This month players can expect games like Pac-Man, Two Point Campus, Shin-Chan, and a sprinkle of indie-style games. So here’s the round-up: 10 Exciting New Games Coming To Nintendo Switch August 2022 6 51 Screenshot. What games on this list will you be checking out in the month of August? Tell us below. Review: Xenoblade Chronicles 3 – An Epic, Emotionally-Charged Masterpiece.

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