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Nothing CEO Carl Bay says Phone 2 won’t launch anytime soon, will focus on Phone 1 instead

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Nothing recently shared a major achievement, being able to sell 10,000,000 or 1 million units of Nothing products which include Nothing Ear (1), Nothing Phone (1) and the recently launched Nothing Ear (Stick). While that number might seem small for a company like Xiaomi, Samsung, or Apple, it’s definitely quite an achievement for a consumer tech brand that’s only a few years old. During the announcement, OnePlus CEO and co-founder Carl Pei also confirmed that Nothing Phone (2) won’t be launching anytime soon.

He also looked at a few consumer tech brands saying “We’re focused on doing certain things well, and we’re not going to make dozens of products a year like so many others” None of the phones (1) only seems to have the full attention of the company, which will soon update to Android 13.

So if you’ve been waiting for the next smartphone from scratch, you might have to wait a few more quarters.

No phone (1) at the moment

It looks like the None Phone 1 was one of the most popular phones released this year, especially considering it’s a brand new phone. However, as far as pricing goes, it’s been a roller coaster ride. From a price hike to a huge price drop during a sale and then a permanent price drop, Nothing’s first smartphone has seen it all.

In terms of value, the Nothing Phone (1) is a mid-range device that offers some things you wouldn’t normally associate with a mid-range Android smartphone. The phone features a funky transparent design with light strips on the back, and it also has a metal frame with a screen with very small bezels on all four sides. Even in terms of software, nothing has pushed updates from time to time to improve the overall user experience. Finally, the brand recently announced the Android 13 early beta program for Nothing Phone (1) and the device is expected to get a stable release next year.

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