Carl Pei, the former co-founder of OnePlus, revealed in March this year that his new startup, Nothing, would debut an Android smartphone later this year, presumably in “summer”. However, besides the device’s name, Pei left many specifics secret. But now we have further hints to follow. Pei and Nothing’s chief designer, Tom Howard, spent time with Wallpaper.com to outline the Nothing Phone 1’s creative design process. During the conversation, the crew highlighted some key aspects of the upcoming device. Continue reading “Nothing Phone (1) design with a transparent casing teased”
Nothing, founded by ex-co-founder OnePlus, Carl Pei, has announced a partnership with Stockholm-based teenage engineering, a company known for unique craftsmanship and industrial design prowess. Continue reading “Carl Pei’s Nothing join hands with Swedish company teenage engineering for product design”
Carl Pei, who co-founded OnePlus today launched ‘Nothing’, which he says is a new forward-thinking consumer technology company based in London. This comes after receiving $7 million (approx Rs. 52 crores) in a Seed funding round from a list of high-profile investors such as Tony Fadell, Casey Neistat, Kevin Lin, Steve Huffman and Josh Buckley for the new hardware venture. Last week, the company raised undisclosed funding from CRED Founder Kunal Shah.
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