OnePlus co-founder may release a new Android phone in 2022

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2022 may be an exciting year for Android fans, as there are rumors that OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei is creating a “No‘ cell phone. Any long-term OnePlus follower will know that the company has undergone some major changes in recent years.Although OnePlus was originally an enthusiast brand focusing on large specifications and low prices, it is in Very A different place today. Carl Pei left the company in October 2020, OnePlus is preparing to merge its OxygenOS platform with Oppo’s ColorOS, and its product lineup is now very reminiscent of any other major smartphone brand.

Soon after leaving OnePlus last year, Carl Pei announced his own technology company called “Nothing.” Nothing’s first product eventually became a pair of true wireless earbuds-called Nothing Ear (1). Earplugs have not received perfect reviews, but they are mostly praised for providing good audio, stunning design and competitive prices. Now, there is nothing ready to focus on bigger things.

According to a new report from 91 mobile phones, Nothing is ready to launch its first Android smartphone in early 2022. The report does not describe the device in detail, only that the website has “Exclusively learned from the famous salesman Mukul Sharma that Nothing will launch its first mobile phone.” Also teasing is that Nothing will release Nothing Power (1) battery pack “In the next few weeks,” But obviously all attention is focused on the rumored smartphone.

Although this report did not share any specific details about the Nothing phone, it is not difficult to imagine what it will bring. If Ear (1) earbuds are any sign of Nothing’s hardware ambitions, then the company’s phones may be really beautiful. Nothing’s earplugs are lightweight and comfortable to wear, and their transparent design and neat internal structure are impressive. If Nothing’s mobile phone can provide the same practicality and unique aesthetics, then its design may lead most of the competition. It is safe to assume that the Android experience of the Nothing phone reminds people of the old OxygenOS-that is, a stock-like interface, powerful customization options, and a selection of a few feature add-ons to keep it lightweight.

It is certainly interesting to speculate that Carl Pei will return to the field of smartphones, but how much weight does this rumor have? There is actually a little bit. Don’t forget that Nothing acquired Essential in February-this acquisition includes all trademarks, logos and other brand materials of the latter company. Although Essential has a short lifespan, Essential PH1 is a very reliable Android phone. The company also teased its Project GEM successor at the end of 2019, although it was eventually abandoned after Essential’s rapid demise. Earlier this week, it did not announce a $50 million partnership with Qualcomm.In the press release, it is not stated that the funds will be used “Research and development for brands to enter new product categories as part of their ecosystem.”

It is entirely possible that this report is inaccurate, and there is no smart phone that does not exist. However, all current signs show that the opposite is true.If the rumored Nothing phone is real 91 mobile phones Say expect “Trailer and Report” In the next few weeks.

Source: 91Mobiles, none



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