Nothing’s first smartphone is ready to be launched in April

Carl Pei – Nothing’s first smartphone might be made publicly available as early as April. It’s one thing to make a pair of earphones, but it’s another success in the unpredictable smartphone market. That’s particularly true now, as cellphones have progressed from wonder goods to commonplace technology, with high-quality smartphones accessible at different price ranges.

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According to a source familiar with Pei’s plans, he met with several senior executives at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this week to show a test version of the upcoming phone. According to the magazine, it saw a photo of Pei meeting with Qualcomm’s CEO. At this point, not much has been clear about Nothing’s first phone. The insider claimed it would have a similar design to the company’s initial model, a pair of semi-transparent earphones. Those were released in July for $99 and received mixed reviews. They do look nice if you like the see-through style.

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Pei said they had a lot of items in the process across multiple categories in an interview with TechCrunch last year. He wasn’t ready to address them publicly at the time, unfortunately.

In recent memory, several long-standing companies as well as newcomers, such as LG and Essential, have fallen out of the smartphone battle. However, Pei has prior expertise, having co-founded OnePlus with Pete Lau in 2013.