Nothing launched the Nothing Phone (1) back in July 2022 in the Indian market. The Nothing Phone (1) boots Nothing OS 1.0, which is based on Android 12. The company has also promised three Android version upgrades and four year of (bi-monthly) security patch updates for the Phone (1).
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Nothing, a London-based startup, is expected to launch a sub-brand called “Particles By XO” soon. Tipster Kuba Wojciechowski offered some renders of a one-of-a-kind TWS that would be released under this sub-brand, which was mentioned in Nothing’s firmware. Continue reading “‘Particles by XO’ TWS earbuds from Nothing surfaces”
London-based startup Nothing is gaining popularity among consumers, and its founder Carl Pei has stated that the company has sold over 1 million goods worldwide to date, with the Ear 1 earphones selling 600,000 units and the Phone 1 shipping 500,000 units. During a CNBC interview, the founder stated this and indicated that the company intends to offer Nothing devices to the US market. Continue reading “Nothing has sold over 1 million goods worldwide to date”
Nothing, a consumer tech startup based in London, has announced a partnership with the Imint firm for their Phone (1). Imint is a software company that develops image and video processing software, with a focus on video enhancement software called Vidhance. Continue reading “Nothing Phone (1) gets Imint’s Vidhance Video Stabilization”
London-based consumer tech startup “Nothing” launched the ear (1), the company’s third product and the second TWS earbuds, last month. Even though this retains the transparent design, this comes with a half-in-ear design, so it lacks ANC, but it promises better audio with new 12.6mm drivers and has improved Clear Voice Technology. Is this worth the price? Let us dive into the review to find out. Continue reading “Nothing Ear (stick) Review”
Nothing introduced the Ear (stick) last month, and it calls it as the company’s most advanced audio experience yet. It is priced at Rs. 8499 in India which is costly compared to the Nothing Ear (1), even though this lacks some features like ANC and wireless charging. Continue reading “Nothing Ear (stick) buyers get Rs. 1000 discount if they own a Nothing product”
As announced at the Nothing ear (stick) launch last week, Nothing has rebranded the Nothing ear (1) companion app to Nothing X ahead of the sale of Nothing ear (stick) on November 4th in several countries. The update brings new UI, promises enhanced user experience and more. Continue reading “Nothing ear (1) app is now Nothing X, adds custom EQ, low lag gaming mode and more”
Nothing made a lot of waves in India when they launched their first-ever smartphone called the Nothing Phone (1). Additionally, the phone supports 5G connectivity out of the box and also has received support from network operators already. With the rollout of 5G networks in India, we tested how well the Nothing Phone (1) performs on 5G. We have access to Airtel’s 5G Plus service in Chennai and tested the Phone (1) which is compatible with the operator’s 5G network
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London-based consumer tech company Nothing just introduced the ear (stick), the company’s second true wireless earbuds, as it had promised. It still has a transparent design, but comes in a new charging case that twists to open. It has a half in-ear design and has been tested in 100 pairs of ears and has a 4.4g light-weight design, says the company. However, it doesn’t have ANC. Continue reading “Nothing Ear (stick) with 12.6mm drivers, Bass Lock, transparent design launched in India for Rs. 8499”
Update: October 18, 2022 – Nothing has finally revealed the design of the Ear (stick). This shows a different in-ear design without ear tips, as rumoured earlier. The company said that it has tested the Ear (stick) on over 100 pairs of ears for enhanced comfort, and it will come with a 4.4g lightweight body.
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London-based consumer tech brand Nothing this week at the Chet Lo’s London Fashion Week show on 20th September unveiled the Ear (stick), the company’s next product. This comes after the launch of last year’s Nothing Ear (1).
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Nothing Phone (1) was launched in July for Rs. 32,999, later the company hiked the price of the phone to Rs. 33,999. The company posted a teaser a couple of weeks back teasing that the phone will be available for Rs. 28,999 with offers during Flipkart’s Big Billion Days Sale. Today it has detailed the offers and also said that it will be available at the discounted rate today, September 20th from 12PM. Continue reading “How to get the Nothing Phone 1 for Rs. 28,999 during Flipkart Big Billion Days Sale”
The firm’s first smartphone, the Phone 1, was released a few weeks back, and it had a promising opening. The price of the Nothing Phone (1) was raised last week in India. When will the Phone 1 receive Android 13? That is a question that has recently been posed to the company, and Nothing has responded by submitting a response to Android Authority clarifying its plans for the Android 13 release of the Nothing Phone 1. Continue reading “Nothing Phone (1) will get Android 13 update in early 2023”
More than a month has passed since Nothing introduced its first-ever phone (1). Even though there was some commotion during the first sale, the public responded favorably. Due to financial limitations, the company has now increased the price of the Phone(1) devices in India by Rs 1,000. Earlier today, Nothing released a software update, Nothing OS 1.1.3, for the devices with camera improvements and new features. Continue reading “Nothing Phone (1) gets a price hike in India”
London-based Nothing launched the Nothing Phone (1), the company’s first smartphone, last week, after a lot of hype. It has a unique transparent design with LED lights on the back. It has a FHD+ 120Hz AMOLED screen, Snapdragon 778G+ SoC and also comes with support for wireless charging that you rarely see in devices in the price range. Is the phone worth the price? Let us dive into the review to find out. Continue reading “Nothing Phone (1) Review — Much more than the looks”