Nothing Phone (3) To Reportedly Arrive With Snapdragon 8s Gen 3 SoC; Indian Price Range Also Revealed

London-based tech company, Nothing has till now introduced three smartphones in the industry- Phone (1), Phone (2), and Phone (2a). Among these devices, Nothing Phone (2a) made its debut last month only and it was launched as a mid-range smartphone by the company. It has now been almost a month since the launch of this smartphone and reports regarding Nothing Phone (3) have started coming in.

As per an exclusive report by @91mobiles Hindi, Nothing Phone (3) is said to be powered by the Snapdragon 8s Gen 3 SoC that recently made its debut. It is said that this information has been received by an industry source and apart from the processor details, the report also reveals that the upcoming Nothing Phone (3) could be priced around Rs.40,000 to Rs.45,000.

The price range indicates that for now the company is not planning to launch premium smartphones. It is expected that Nothing might introduce this rumored device in the month of July this year. Previously there was no information revealed about the Nothing Phone (3) but since the updates regarding the device have started making rounds on the internet, we might get to know more details regarding the smartphone in the coming days.

Stay tuned to get all the latest updates.




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