After being founded in early 2021, Carl Pei’s Nothing began its journey with the launch of the Nothing ear (1) earphones (limited edition available). The company was subsequently rumored to launch its first smartphone (probably Nothing Phone (1)) in early 2022, according to previous reports. And now, Pei is officially teasing an Android smartphone that can have a Snapdragon processor.
Isn’t there any phone (1) coming soon?
OnePlus co-founder and former executive of the company, Carl Pei, recently shared a tweet suggesting: No one is currently developing a smartphone..Pay’s tweet said “Return to Android”, You can check it below.In addition, he then With tag Hiroshi Lockheimer, Google’s SVP and Android Chief, said: “Android 12 is great!”
Following the tweet, the official Android Twitter handle replied to Pei’s tweet. They wrote: “There are many things to catch up with Karl.Is followed by a wink emoji. Not only this, Snapdragon’s official handle replied to an Android tweet with an image depicting a partnership between the three entities. You can check it below.
Well, all these tweets are clear Future device tips from Nothingthat It may just be an empty phone (1), If not Android headphones with Snapdragon chip. That would be strange!Pay too Retweet A fan-made concept sketch of a Nothing brand smartphone with dual cameras and a wireless charging coil. However, with the exception of that and the tweet above, all companies haven’t yet revealed anything about the device (intended to be a pun).
All we know is that the device runs on Google’s Android platform and comes with the Snapdragon chipset. The device may have the latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset and flagship grade specifications... And if there isn’t one that decides to make the back of the phone transparent, like its unique ear (1) earphones, it could be popular in the market.
So what do you think is that nothing is developing an Android smartphone? Let us know what you think in the comments below. Stay tuned for future updates as more information about Nothing’s first call will be published in the coming days.
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