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Nothing Could Launch Its First Smartphone In 2022 After Its Partnership With Qualcomm

It looks like OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei’s company Nothing is really getting ready to enter the smartphone market. 

According to 91mobiles, Nothing is preparing to launch its first mobile phone early next year. This is also indicated by the recent announcement of Nothing’s partnership with Qualcomm. Also, at the beginning of the year, the company acquired the failed Essential, which was created by Andy Rubin.

Nothing’s deal with Qualcomm has many advantages. The first is Nothing’s access to Qualcomm’s entire portfolio of processors and chips, including those that grant the ability to have 5G. And if a company wants connectivity that can operate with each other, this is undoubtedly an essential requirement.

The point is that Nothing gave no clues as to which products it was going to use Qualcomm’s chips for and limited itself to saying that for “future technological products.” This clearly opens the door for Nothing to decide to use them on smartphones or even tablets.

Considering the design of the first product, Ear (1), the appearance of the smartphone will probably becomes with an eye-catching and attention-grabbing design. Perhaps it will be the most unique smartphone in 2022.

According to report, Nothing will release its first external battery, Nothing Power (1), and it will be released before the smartphone.  

Sabarinath
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