As rumored around the tech industry, it is expected that the first Android phone from Nothing might launch in April this year. As reported by the trustable source from Tech Crunch, the organization’s first-ever Smartphone might be on its way for its launch by April 2022.
Indicated by the Carl Pei
Carl Pei’s organization as of now has just a single item available. Nonetheless, the brand has been prodding new items for more than a year. Pei is said to have shown the primary Nothing Smartphone to some notable executives from the industries like Qualcomm in Barcelona at the event of MWC 2022. A send-off in April would likewise be nearly 12 months after the organization’s first roll out of an item, the Nothing ear (1) which was released last July (2021).
The expected Nothing Smartphone is probably going to wear comparative deigns components to the Nothing headphones, including straightforward/transparent parts, which are one of the features of the Nothing’s earbuds.
There isn’t a lot of data accessible with respect to the Nothing upcoming Smartphone as of now; nonetheless, Carl Pei has been delivering hints regarding its Smartphone delivery consistently. Pei recently expressed that he needs the organization to develop into an ecological system of various contraptions and the Smartphone appears liable to be the main gadget in such an environment
Not all that much purchased the ‘Essential’ brand, which delivered a solitary Android telephone designed or planned by Andy Rubin, co-founder of Android, prior to closing down three years after the fact. Another obvious sign came later last month when Nothing’s Twitter handle posted another tweet that said, “March is going to be fun.”
Nothing is likewise supposed to be chipping away at a power bank, as would be considered normal to be delivered before the main Smartphone from the organization. The power bank is probably going to be known as the Nothing Power (1). Nothing has not yet affirmed which price range or section it means to enter with its first-ever android Smartphone in the mobile market.