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Nothing Set to Release it first Smartphone – Nothing Phone 1 Lunching Summer

For those of you who are unfamiliar with the brand, Nothing is a company started by former OnePlus co-founder Carl Pay, and to this day, Nothing is only really known for its Year One wireless earbuds, which you can learn more about on our sibling site Soundguides.

Recently, however, Nothing has announced that it will be launching its first ever smartphone and its second product overall, called the Nothing Phone One. According to Karl Pay, the Phone One is designed to be a direct competitor to the likes of Apple and its walled garden. In fact, Pay hopes that the Phone One would open the gates to a device ecosystem that isn’t built on brand exclusivity. Specs wise, Nothing didn’t reveal much, and according to the keynote, the Phone One will be powered by a Snapdragon processor, though which specific processor remains to be seen.

Storage, memory, cameras, battery life and performance is still unknown. When it comes to the phone’s design, Nothing pretty much gave us Nothing to go off. The company didn’t show any photos or renders of the device, and all we got were some cryptic symbols in the background that may hint at the phone’s design. We at mygeeksguide speculate that the Phone 1 may follow a similar design language to the Nothing ear One, potentially featuring a transparent casing. While Nothing was pretty sparse on the hardware front, the company did have more to say when it came to software.

The Phone One will be launching with a custom Android skin called Nothingos, which is described as pure Android with some subtle tweaks to deliver a fast and smooth experience. Nothing has also confirmed that the Phone One will get three years of OS updates and four years of security patches, which nearly matches Google’s commitments with the Pixel Six series. Now, if you’re a fan of old school OnePlus, this announcement might seem a little familiar to you. That’s because the way Nothing describes its operating system is essentially a callback to the terminology OnePlus uses to describe Oxygen OS, and this is hopefully a sign of good to come for Nothing. And lastly, the company says that the Nothingos launcher will be available at some point in April, way ahead of the Phone One’s release.

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But what do you think about Nothing’s latest announcement? Are you excited for the Phone One? Let us know in the comments below.

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