Nothing’s first smartphone will probably be introduced in early 2022

اولین گوشی هوشمند شرکت Nothing احتمالا اوایل ۲۰۲۲ معرفی می‌شود

Nothing, which was recently founded by OnePlus co-founder Carl P., has so far introduced only one wireless airbag called the Nothing ear (1). But now it is said that the company wants to make its own smartphone.

Based on information from an informed source called “Mukul Sharma” obtainedAs expected from the beginning, Nothing will unveil its first smartphone in early 2022. With this in mind, Nothing is currently producing this product and we will have to wait for more reports and information about this device to be released soon.

No specifics are available about the Nothing smartphone at this time, but the company’s partnership with Qualcomm promises to use the Snapdragon chip on the device. Nothing’s philosophy is to offer simple and minimal products. The company proved with its transparent airbag what approach it is following in the market, but will their mobile phones also be transparent so that we can see the parts inside the body?

Nothing bought Essential Andy Robin in February this year. In 2017, Essential launched the Essential Phone 1. This purchase will probably help Nothing get help from Essential Technologies in its first smartphone. In addition, Nothing could produce the same hobby that Essential was working on and was supposed to use the Ambient OS.

Mukul Sharma says Essential is also working on a power bank called Nothing Power (1) and may launch it before its first smartphone. With this in mind, there should not be much time left until the introduction of Essential Power Bank. This product will probably be introduced in the coming weeks or finally before the end of this year.

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