Items tagged with carl pei

Nothing has effectively confirmed that the Phone (2) will be coming to the US later this year. Should we hold our breaths to this little hint from its CEO, Carl Pei? Well, at least something is better than Nothing. In a recent chat with Nothing co-founder and CEO Carl Pei, Inverse reported that the company is... Read more...
Carl Pei was one of founders of OnePlus, and his latest smartphone venture has its sights set on the US. Nothing launched its first phone only in international markets, but it has started laying the groundwork for a US launch. Coming to the US is going to mean taking on Apple, and that's a tall order. Pei believes... Read more...
It seems that Nothing will be focusing its first smartphone launch in home markets, which will include the UK and Europe. This also means those in the United States and Canada will be seeing, well nothing (but not Nothing) for now. Carl Pei has been touting his Nothing phone as the top alternative to Apple's... Read more...
CEO and former OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei announced something about Nothing yesterday during a live stream event. Pei said, "We're building the most compelling alternative to Apple." Nothing is a consumer tech company based out of London, UK, and announced its first highly anticipated smartphone device yesterday... Read more...
Let's talk about Nothing, shall we? Not nothing as in 'nothing', but Nothing (with a capital 'N'), the name of a startup that will debut the Ear (1) this month. It is a notable release for a few reasons, one of which is the man behind the upcoming wireless earbuds—Carl Pei, co-founder of OnePlus, who left the company... Read more...
There's been a lot activity in the mid-range smartphone market in recent months with new entries like the $399 iPhone SE and $399 Galaxy A51 drawing the attention of consumers. The latter has been particularly attractive given that it hit a low $269 barely one month after it first launched in the United... Read more...
OnePlus doesn't exactly have a stellar record when it comes to security and user privacy; we learned this late last year when it was discovered that the company’s OxygenOS was collecting private user data without permission. Now, however, we're learning of a new issue that is plaguing the OnePlus website, and it is... Read more...