Nothing, the firm led by OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei, will unveil its product strategy for the year on March 23 at 9 a.m. ET. The event is dubbed “The Truth,” and guests can RSVP on Nothing, Nothing’s website. technology. Today, the company announced a new $70 million fundraising round, which Pei says will help it “achieve the next step in our vision of a seamless digital future.”
There are apparently no plans to launch its first smartphone next month. Pei was then spotted showing off a smartphone to Qualcomm CEO Cristiano Amon in a photo that was reportedly leaked.
“Our first year has been a warm-up, and we can’t wait to reveal what we’re building at Nothing at the upcoming event,” Pei said in a press release. Nothing has officially said which product categories it intends to announce but said it was working with Qualcomm to use its Snapdragon platform, which is best known for its smartphone processors. Last year, Nothing released its first product: a pair of true wireless earbuds.
Little is known about the specs or features of Nothing’s rumored smartphone. TechCrunch has reported that it could include seamless elements like those seen with the company’s Ear 1 headphones, but there’s no word on what concrete features it might include. Nothing recently hired former Dyson design chief Adam Bates as design director and said he would continue to work with Stockholm-based Teenage Engineering to help guide the design of high brand level.
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- On March 23, Nothing by Carl Pei will unveil this year’s product strategy.
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