Nothing Phone 2 will launch on July 11 in global markets including India. Just one day before its official debut, the British brand led by Carl Pei has announced the opening of its first exclusive service center in India. The Nothing service center will open in Bangalore, Karnataka next month. Nothing aims to launch five service centers by the end of this year and 20 by 2024. The dedicated service center is confirmed to offer service camps for Nothing customers on a regular basis. In addition, customers can purchase accessories and accidental care packages, as well as warranty upgrade packages at these centers.
Nothing’s first dedicated customer support center in India will open in Bangalore in August, offering customer support and after-sales service for users. More service centers will follow in due course. By the end of July, the company aims to increase its number of service centers from 230 to more than 300, serving 19,000 pin codes across the country.
Five dedicated service centers are scheduled to be established in five cities by 2023, the company said in a press release. In addition, it aims to add 20 more exclusive service centers in all cities next year. These centers will host service booties for Nothing customers and offer accessories, accidental/liquid damage care packages, and warranty upgrade packages.
This is a significant step for Nothing and shows how serious the Indian market is. Manu Sharma, General Manager and Vice President of Nothing India said, “At Nothing, in addition to creating iconic designs, products and software experiences, we are equally committed to after-sales service to deliver a superior product experience to our customers in India.” .
Nothing will introduce Nothing Phone 2 via a virtual launch event on July 11. The event will kick off at 8:30pm IST and will be streamed live via the company’s website and official YouTube channel. The phone will go on sale in India via Flipkart and is currently available for pre-order with a refundable deposit of Rs. 2,000.
The Nothing Phone 2 will succeed last year’s Phone 1 and it is confirmed that it will be available in white and gray tones. It is teased that it will feature 33 zones of LED lighting and will run on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC. The phone will pack a 4700 mAh battery and could be priced in India between Rs. 42,000 and Rs. 43,000.