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Android Central Podcast 565: Is Carl Pei the Next Steve Jobs?

This week, we talk about killing in VR, sideloading apps, Carl Pei, Galaxy Watch 4, and more. Indeed: Choose Indeed and join 3 million companies worldwide who use Indeed to hire great people and help grow their teams faster. Get started right now with a free $75 sponsored job credit at Offer valid through April 30. Terms and conditions apply.
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“Compelling alternative to Apple.” Carl Pei wants Nothing to be a tech juggernaut with an open ecosystem

Much to our chagrin, Carl Pei didn’t reveal the highly anticipated Nothing phone (1) at the March 23rd event, but he used the keynote to make the company’s vision clear – Nothing isn’t merely an Audio Company. It’s a community-driven tech startup that wants to be the “compelling alternative to Apple” by creating products that delight, deliver optimism, but most importantly, don’t restrict its users. Pei was quick to point out that the Nothing OS would be uniquely calibrated to bring the best out of all tech, delivering a seamless, top-notch experience even if you decided to use Apple accessories with your Nothing phone. In every way, it’s aiming to be a company that uplifts all tech, instead of simply uplifting itself.
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Phone Arena

Nothing phone (1) specs and Nothing OS release unveiled, Carl Pei says it'll shake 'sleepy' industry

Ever since they teased Nothing's first Android phone back in February, the OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei and his Nothing company have been scarce on details about it. Until today, when Nothing announced the Nothing phone (1), a handset that will be powered by the latest Snapdragon chipset and will run on a minimalist Nothing OS when it is released in the summer.
Digital Trends

Is that Nothing’s first phone in photo of founder Carl Pei?

Nothing, the company started by OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei, apparently has a phone ready to debut very soon. Pei hasn’t said anything about those plans yet, but he has now been photographed showing a smartphone to Cristiano Amon, the chief of the world’s top smartphone chipmaker, Qualcomm. It is likely no coincidence, especially in the light of recent reports.
Android Authority

Here's Carl Pei showing a Nothing smartphone prototype to Qualcomm's CEO

This backs up an earlier rumor that Pei was showing off a prototype model to executives at Mobile World Congress. The photo appears to have been taken at Mobile World Congress. Qualcomm’s CEO is also there. This is more evidence that a Qualcomm-powered smartphone from Nothing could be on...

Carl Pei teases Nothing’s first Android Phone

Nothing’s founder Carl Pei knows how to create a buzz around the products that he builds. To a certain extent, the success of OnePlus can be attributed to its ex-cofounder who started Nothing after parting ways with the Chinese smartphone maker. His latest Twitter post can be seen as...

Carl Pei teases Android and Snapdragon-powered Nothing Phone

Carl Pei, the co-founder of OnePlus, left the company to start a new venture named Nothing in 2020. The company introduced the Nothing Ear (1) as its first product, but Pei has been missing from the Android smartphone scene for quite some time. Now, it looks like Nothing may eventually launch its first phone soon.