Carl Pei's Nothing is in talks with American carriers in hopes of bringing its future smartphone to the U.S. markets where its Ear (stick) has already made its mark, generating a third of its sales.
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Nothing just dropped the very first look of its new Phone (1) smartphone, giving us some idea about what it looks like in real life. While the Phone (1) looks unique, it may not appeal to everyone.
Nothing seems to be creating a lot of hype around its first smartphone Phone 1 by revealing small details on a daily basis. The company has just dropped the first teaser video of the Phone (1) launch.
Nothing had promised to launch Nothing Phone (1) in the summertime of 2022. And now that we've officially entered the summer season, the company may have hinted at some updates regarding the launch.
Nothing Phone (1) specifications may have leaked through its alleged user manual, currently available on Amazon. The purported user manual contains important details about the phone's specifications.
Nothing has revealed that its first handset, the "Phone 1", is launching in this summer. Nothing much is known about the specs apart from it running Android-based Nothing OS on a Snapdragon processor.
Designed by Swedish firm Teenage Engineering, the Ear 1 feature a unique design and IPX4 rating. Priced at $99, these earbuds come with active noise cancellation and gesture controls.
Nothing's first product, the Ear 1, will launch on July 27 for $99. The earbuds, which were first unveiled in May, will feature active noise cancellation thanks to their three "high definition" mics.
The company co-founded by Carl Pei is introducing its first product, the Ear 1 earbuds, next month, and the announcement comes with an admission that it doesn't live up to the company's promises.
Carl Pei's new venture, Nothing, has shared a glimpse of the Concept 1, which seems to be its take on a true wireless earbud. The company calls it a "timeless" and "weightless" design.
Carl Pei's venture Nothing has announced that it will allow individuals to invest in the company through a community equity round. The company plans to raise $1.5 million through this initiative.
Carl Pei's Nothing Technologies Limited has purchased Andy Rubin's Essential brand, including the company name, device name, all logos, and any intellectual property that the firm held.
OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei's new company, Nothing, is planning to release a set of wireless earbuds this summer, with more products coming later this year to build a smart ecosystem.
OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei, who left the company last year, has unveiled the new company of his creation, called Nothing. It's a tech company, but it's unclear what exactly it will be making.
2020 ends in a few days, which makes now the perfect time to take a look back at some events and happenings in the tech landscape which caught us off-guard, for better or for worse.
OnePlus co-founder and the face most closely associated with the company, Carl Pei, has apparently left OnePlus to start his independent venture. OnePlus has not officially confirmed this as of yet.
In an interview, OnePlus CEO said that the company plans to bring a Nord-branded smartphone to the U.S. later this year, adding that it may not be the same phone launched recently.
Today, OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei announced that the company will be one of the first to release a 5G smartphone. The device will include a Snapdragon X50 modem, and will arrive next year.
Chinese phone manufacturer OnePlus will reportedly be jumping on the bandwagon and slapping a notch onto its upcoming OnePlus 6 smartphone, extending its 18:9 display into a 19:9 one.
In an interview that confirmed that Face Unlock would also be ported to the OnePlus 3 and 3T after its recent appearance on the 5, Pete Lau mentioned that the company's next handset will land in Q2.
The OnePlus 5 has been unavailable to purchase from the firm's website and this has brought into question whether a new handset is on the horizon. OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei has chimed in.
After OnePlus drew widespread ire regarding its collection of data from devices running OxygenOS, co-founder Carl Pei has weighed in, promising to put an end to the practice by the end of this month.
While there were wide reports that the OnePlus 5's camera offers 2x optical zoom, the firm has now come out to say, that isn't quite the case. OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei chimed in with details.
OnePlus' co-founder took to Twitter to address some of the feedback regarding a so-called "touch issue" on its recent devices. He said it would get fixed, but Android 7.0 Nougat is more important now.
In March, OnePlus said it was working on a "phone catering to a different type of audience; perhaps for those who appreciate design over specs" - and it seems it will finally be unveiled this month.
The OnePlus 2 was unveiled in July, but is only now "shipping in meaningful numbers", leading its CEO to apologize for screwing up the launch like "we messed up the launch of the OnePlus One as well".