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Carl Pei’s Nothing to launch its first smartphone soon : Reports

by Atharva Gulhane

According to reports, the Nothing company demonstrated its smartphone prototype to industry leaders at the Mobile World Congress 2022.

Carl Pei’s up-and-coming technology company Nothing could possibly be on the verge of releasing its first smartphone.

According to sources quoted by TechCrunch, the company has shown off its smartphone prototype in meetings with industry leaders at the Mobile World Congress 2022. Pei is also said to have had a meeting with Qualcomm’s CEO.

Pei and his firm had previously teased a smartphone. Those teasers, combined with the most recent reports, point to a smartphone launch happening sooner rather than later.

The company, which was founded in late 2020, released its Ear 1 true wireless earbuds (TWS) last year.

Nothing on its smartphone, according to reports, has worked in over a year. While there are few details about the upcoming device, TechCrunch speculates that it will have a similar design language to the Ear 1 and will include transparent elements.

The company, which was founded in late 2020, released its Ear 1 true wireless earbuds (TWS) last year.

Nothing on its smartphone, according to reports, has worked in over a year. While there are few details about the upcoming device, TechCrunch speculates that it will have a similar design language to the Ear 1 and will include transparent elements.

The news comes after Pei’s cryptic tweet earlier this month stating that he was back on Android and that Android 12 was nice. The tweets were also retweeted by the official Snapdragon and Android accounts.

In an interview with TechCrunch last year, Pei stated that the company was working on several devices.

The entrepreneur has the credentials to challenge the market’s established players. Pei oversaw the launch of OnePlus’ first device into an already mature and nearly saturated market in 2014 as co-founder and driving force behind the company. Despite this, its flagship build quality and mid-tier pricing helped it break into the US market.

Tony Fadell, GV, Casey Neistat, Steve Huffman, and Kevin Lin are among the high-profile investors who have already contributed over $70 million to Nothing.

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