Nothing March event live blog: ‘The Truth’ may reveal Nothing’s first phone


If you’re still looking for a place to watch the Nothing event, we’ve embedded the livestream video here so that you can watch it on this page, if it tickles your fancy.

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Under 30 minutes to go.

I think we’re ready for “The Truth.” And judging by the post, we expect to see a stylish show with Carl Pei telling us about the big reveal. We’re not sure how long the Nothing event will last, but we do know there will be some sort of reveal, along with details about another community investment. This follows Nothing’s first community round, which raised $1.5 million in a record-beating 54 seconds last March. 

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Last year, Nothing announced its partnership with Qualcomm, stating it will be using its Snapdragon chips to power upcoming devices. With the semiconductor giant in the mix, Nothing’s next big product launch is looking mighty likely to be a first-generation smartphone. If it’s anything like the ear (1) earbuds, we expect it to be a flagship killer, too.

According to the announcement, Nothing is planning to use “Snapdragon mobile platforms with 5G connectivity across many different categories of devices.” With this in mind, along with the “ecosystem” Nothing hints at, the brand aims to build a tech ecosystem that may rival Apple’s. 

With under an hour to go, the hype for one of Nothing’s “most important announcements ever” is growing.

The company gave us a behind-the-scenes look at the upcoming event last week, with the tweet stating “let’s get transparent.” That’s a clear sign that whatever product is revealed (fingers crossed it’s a smartphone), it’ll sport the same transparent design as the Nothing ear (1) earbuds

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And we’re kicking off!

As previously reported, we expect the Nothing event to really be something, with many believing that we’ll finally see Nothing bring out its own phone. For one, Nothing’s co-founder Carl Pei, who parted ways with OnePlus last year, was spotted showing off a smartphone at Mobile World Congress 2022. Plus, we see a sneaky Snapdragon logo on the event’s homepage. If we know anything about Snapdragon, it’s often found in Android smartphones. 

(Image credit: Nothing)

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