Nothing Posts “Community Update” for Q1 2023


Nothing has been on a roll lately, after having announced its latest generation of wireless earbuds, as well as the much-awaited sequel to the first-generation nothing Phone (1). As such, the company shared some of its product and business insights for fans and investors through a quarterly update video on YouTube.

The presentation highlighted some milestones for the company, which boasts the production and sales of more than 100,000 Ear (2) shipments to date, receiving the Red Dot award, as well as upcoming updates to Nothing OS. The company’s still-unreleased Phone (2) was also mentioned in the video, although nothing specific about the device was stated, other than “really exciting plans” for the handset.

In recent Nothing news, the company announced that its flagship Phone (1) will be getting access to the Android 14 beta, which is more often than not reserved for Pixel phones and a few handful of third-party devices. The beta is set to to arrive for the device later this year.

Nothing will also reveal its upcoming Phone (2) this year, and while no specific release date was indicated, the company says that the phone will be launched this summer and will pack a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8-series chipset inside. Whether or not this is the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 is still up for debate however, as Nothing has not been too keen on revealing more details at the moment.

Nothing Phone 1
The Nothing Phone 1 combines the best of Android with a sleek and minimal design, fast performance, as well as a creative LED-notification glyph interface.

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Mike Viray
A writer and content creator with a love for tech and music, Mike is also an avid gamer as well. He and his wife are big fans of Mario Kart.

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