The company Nothing Carl Pei is already preparing to launch its first smartphone, the Nothing phone (1), and now they have confirmed that it will launch in the UK, Europe, and India.
It has not been revealed that they currently have partnerships with mobile carriers in Europe, the UK, and also in India.
Consumer tech company None has now confirmed the first of many partnerships for the hotly anticipated smartphone phone (1). O2, Telekom Deutschland and Flipkart will help step up plans to expand Nothing worldwide and bring the phone (1) one step closer to its summer launch. Powered by Android-based Nothing OS and supercharged on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon platform, the phone (1) delivers a fast, smooth experience that is uniquely Nothing. Price, availability and partner incentives will be announced at a later date.
“When we started We didn’t want to bring back the excitement we once felt for the tech industry,” said Carl Pei, CEO and Co-founder of Left. “Joining the forces of leading telcos and retailers, we expect the smartphone market to shake up. We can’t wait to unveil the phone (1) to the world after the summer.”
You can find more information about the new No smartphone on the No website at the link below. We look forward to finding out more details about the device.
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