Nothing Phone 1 is heading to the US, although it’s not yet available to the general public. Founder Carl Bay to babble This morning, the US will be part of a “test program” for Nothing OS 1.5 Beta, the phone maker’s Android 13 program.
This is Bee’s second public statement this month teasing a US phone outing. Earlier this month, it’s He said His company was “in talks with select carriers in the United States for a possible future product launch there,” citing “one-of-a-kind customizations” for U.S. wireless carriers. to ignore initially. Earlier this year, the company said the phone won’t be coming to North America, and it’s unclear if that’s changed or if it’s targeting an unannounced smartphone in the US market. With nothing to say 500,000 phones sold without being available in the United States, it is perhaps in a better position than a year ago to negotiate with Verizon, T-Mobile and AT&T.
While US residents await more software news, those who already own the Phone 1 can subscribe to the one-day trial which includes Android 13 features like subtle privacy controls and new Material You themes. . Nothing says its beta program can load apps up to 50% faster.
Nothing Phone 1 is launching earlier this year in Europe, the Middle East and Asia. in Revue Engadget, Mat Smith praised its unique design, Glyph interface, and solid specs for an average price. The phone costs £1,399, which currently translates to $487.
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