MADRID, May 10. (Portaltic/EP) –
The consumer technology company Nothing has confirmed this Tuesday the first partners for the presentation of its first ‘smartphone’, the phone (1) this summer, which will reach the Spanish market by Yoigo and Fnac.
O2, Telekom Deutschland and Flipkart are three of the first partners announced by Nothing, who will help it “advance global expansion plans” and sell the phone (1). Will be available in Spain in partners such as Yoigo (owned by the MásMóvil Group) and Fnacamong others.
In the UK, O2 will be the only network partner to collaborate exclusively with Nothing, while in Germany Telekom Deutschland will be the exclusive operator for the phone (1), as announced by the company in a statement.
The phone (1) will be android-based and it will work with a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor. Currently, the Nothing Launcher beta is available for Android mobiles from version 11, which allows early access to the graphics and animations of Nothing OS.
“When we started Nothing, we wanted to recapture the excitement we once felt for the tech industry. By joining forces with major telcos and retailers, we look forward to revolutionizing the smartphone market together,” said Mr. CEO and co-founder of Nothing, Carl Pei.