• Nothing confirms that the phone (1) will not be available in the US

    8 days ago - By GSMArena

    We already suspected that would be the case, but now it is official - the Nothing phone (1) will not be available in the US. No North American carrier was on the supported list that we saw yesterday when 100 limited edition units were put up for auction. Here is what the company had to say:
    “While we'd love to bring phone (1) to the entire community around the world, we're focusing on home markets, including the UK and Europe, where we have strong partnerships with leading local carriers. It takes a lot to launch a smartphone as you know, from ensuring the handset is supported by the...
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  • Bids For The Limited Edition Nothing Phone (1) Cross $3K On StockX

    Bids For The Limited Edition Nothing Phone (1) Cross $3K On StockX

    8 days ago - By Android Headlines

    You can now bid on StockX to be one of the first 100 people to buy a Nothing Phone (1). But it won't be cheap. As bids are already over $3,000 with over a day left to bid. The top 100 bids will be able to buy it. And at these prices, it might not be worth it. Seeing as a Galaxy Z Fold 3 can be had for only $1,299 right now .
    The listing on StockX does not yet show us anything we don't already know about the phone. There's no specs listed on the page, though we do know that this will be using a Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 processor inside. Which means that it's likely a mid-ranger.
    This limited...
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  • Nothing's Transparent Phone 1 Will Not Be Available in the US | Here's The Reason

    Nothing's Transparent Phone 1 Will Not Be Available in the US | Here's The Reason

    8 days ago - By Tech Times

    Is Nothing's Phone 1 coming to the U.S.market despite not including US wireless carriers?
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  • Nothing US fans waiting for the company's first phone will get nothing

    Nothing US fans waiting for the company's first phone will get nothing

    8 days ago - By TechCrunch

    OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei's new company Nothing will not be bringing its first phone - the phone (1) - to the US. The firm said that at the moment “a limited number of our private community investors in the US” will get the device through a closed beta program.
    The development comes a day after the company showed off the phone's backlight trickery for notifications and calls through a YouTube video on the MKBHD channel. Notably, the channel's US-based creator, Marques Brownlee, didn't say anything about the North American availability of the device.
    The development was first noticed by...
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  • The Nothing Phone 1 won't be coming to the U.S. after all

    The Nothing Phone 1 won't be coming to the U.S. after all

    8 days ago - By Digital Trends

    The Nothing Phone 1 isn't coming to the U.S., the company confirmed. Instead, it'll be made available in European and Asian markets when it lands this summer.
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  • Nothing's Phone 1 won't launch in the US

    Nothing's Phone 1 won't launch in the US

    8 days ago - By Pocket-lint

    Nothing has confirmed that it will not be launching its much-hyped Phone 1 in the US, after rumours started to ramp up about the phone's actual availability. Best Android phones: We test, rate and rank the top options available to buy now It'll mark a major disappointment for excited fans of the fledgling tech brand in the United States, but isn't a huge surprise given a recent list of wireless carriers that Nothing had provided contained no US or Canadian names. Nothing provided a statement to PCMag confirming the decision, saying: "While we'd love to bring phone (1) to the entire...
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  • Canadians get nada from Nothing - Phone (1) not launching here

    Canadians get nada from Nothing - Phone (1) not launching here

    8 days ago - By MobileSyrup

    It seems we've made much ado about Nothing. Literally.
    Over the last few weeks, MobileSyrup reporters have covered Carl Pei's Nothing and its upcoming Phone (1) rather extensively. Turns out it was all for naught - the Phone (1) won't come to Canada.
    Leaker Evan Blass spotted a new disclaimer on the Nothing Phone (1) auction page that reads as follows:
    "Nothing phone (1) is not fully supported in North America. Functionality may be impacted depending on your carrier, coverage, speed and/or reliability; or it may not function at all."
    The disclaimer then directs to this list of supported...
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  • Official: The Nothing Phone (1) is not coming to the US

    Official: The Nothing Phone (1) is not coming to the US

    8 days ago - By Phone Arena

    The Nothing Phone (1) isn't coming to the US or Canada. The company is instead focusing on the UK and Europe.
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  • Nothing's transparent Phone 1 won't be coming to North America

    8 days ago - By Engadget

    Nothing's debut Phone 1 smartphone won't be coming to the US, the company confirmed to PCMag. "While we'd love to bring Phone 1 to the entire community around the world, we're focusing on home markets, including the UK and Europe," the company said in a statement. However, it added that "a limited number of our private community investors" could get one in the US through a closed beta program. Nothing showed off the device for the first time last week on Twitter following a tease by founder Carl Pei. The most noticeable feature is a transparent back, revealing a wireless charging coil and...
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  • Nothing's Phone 1 isn't coming to the US

    Nothing's Phone 1 isn't coming to the US

    8 days ago - By The Verge

    The back of the Nothing Phone 1. | Image: Nothing
    Nothing has confirmed that its debut smartphone, the Phone 1, won't be getting a widespread release in the US or Canada, PCMag reports. Instead, a “limited number” of the devices will be distributed to community investors in the country as part of a “closed beta,” Nothing said in a statement. It added that it hopes to launch a US-supported smartphone in the future.
    “While we'd love to bring Phone 1 to the entire community around the world, we're focusing on home markets, including the UK and Europe, where we have strong partnerships with...
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