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Nothing founder Carl Pei reveals company is working on new phone for the US

Mid-range phone brand Nothing is looking to make its US debut, according to company founder Carl Pei, but is facing some logistical issues – not to mention competition from major rivals. 

In a conversation with CNBC (opens in new tab), Pei states the company is currently in “early conversations with American carriers…” but didn’t name a specific one. Each carrier has a specific suite of software it wants to be added to smartphones, plus there is “a lot of additional technical support” that needs to be done, according to the founder. All of that has contributed to Nothing delaying an American launch. It’s also unknown if the Phone (1), Nothing’s only smartphone at this time, will be launching or if it’ll be something different. But it won’t be the Phone (2) as Pei was quick to shoot down that idea on Twitter (opens in new tab). He states that Phone (1) will be the company’s main focus as it builds the device’s software, according to the post.

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