Nothing Phone (1) Goes On Pre-Order In Malaysia
The Nothing Phone (1) has gone up for pre-order in Malaysia starting today, July 21. The handset will go on sale in the country next month. Nothing recently held an event in Sentul Depot, Kuala Lumpur. Notably, the company divulged details about the Nothing Phone (1) sale in Malaysia during the event. To recap, the Nothing Phone (1) landed in India earlier this month with a myriad of unmissable offers.
Now, the maiden smartphone from Carl Pei’s company will be available for purchase in Malaysia. As per Nothing, the Phone (1) will go on sale for the first time in Malaysia starting from August 1. Malaysian consumers will be able to get their hands on the 8GB RAM+256GB storage variant. Also, the Nothing Phone (1) has gone up for pre-order in Malaysia. You can pre-order the device by heading straight to the Nothing Pop-up store at the Starhill, Bukit Bintang.
Nothing Phone (1) Pre-Order In Malaysia
However, those interested in getting a first-hand experience of the Phone (1) should place their pre-orders by July 25. Also, the larger 12GB RAM+256GB storage model will be available for purchase starting from mid-late August 2022. Moreover, the company has been dropping the Phone (1) in several locations. For instance, you can get the device from the Crossover Store website. Alternatively, it is available at the Sunway Pyramid in-store. Likewise, you can get Phone (1) from the in-store at Mid Valley Southkey and Mid Valley Southkey.
The device has been available in the stores mentioned above since July 18. Now, let’s look at the Nothing Phone (1) price in Malaysia. The 8GB RAM+256GB storage model will set you back RM2399. Likewise, the 12GB RAM+256GB storage variant carries a price tag of RM2699. Further, the Phone (1) will go on an open sale at multiple retailers from August 1. You will be able to get it from Satu Gadget, DirectD, SenQ, and TMT. Moreover, the handset will retail at Shopee and Lazada. It will be interesting to see if Phone (1) will take the smartphone segment by storm, despite its green-tint display issue.