Nothing debuted in the consumer tech market last year when it launched the Nothing ear (1) TWS. The company sold over 4 lakh units of the true wireless stereo earbuds within 8 months. Last year in November, Nothing had confirmed that the company is working on five new products and out of the five products, they are going to launch a smartphone which was rumoured to arrive in 2022.
The CEO of the company, Carl Pei, teased the development of a new Android smartphone which will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset. The official twitter handle of Snapdragon also joined the conversation, so with this we can clearly make out that an Android smartphone from Nothing is in the making and will be launched in the near future.
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Other details about Nothing’s smartphone are unknown and as of now, we know that the company will launch a new smartphone that will pack a Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset under the hood and will run on Android.
Nothing took over a smartphone company named ‘Essential’ that was founded by Andy Rubin and now the brand name belongs to Car Pei The chip giant Qualcomm had invested $50 million in Nothing a few months back
The company is rumoured to launch a power bank named Nothing Power (1) and it had announced earlier that they have planned to create a collection of new consumer tech products Adam Bates, who was earlier posted as the ‘Head of Design & Product Experience Team’ at Dyson has now joined Nothing as a ‘Design Director’
We’ve got a lot to catch up on Carl 😉
— Android (@Android) February 15, 2022
— Snapdragon (@Snapdragon) February 16, 2022
Nothing is expected to launch a smartphone with good quality performance at a good price range However, the company hasn’t confirmed the launch date or any other details about the upcoming Android smartphone so we shall wait for an official announcement