Nothing but significant release news about its new Android phone has been confirmed.

Nothing but significant release news about its new Android phone has been confirmed.

Nothing has just revealed to Express.co.uk that it has joined forces with O2 for the launch of phone (1) which means customers will be able to purchase this latest call maker on a monthly contract with the firm. There’s no word on a full release date or pricing just yet but those signing up for the phone (1) should expect plenty of incentives with O2 currently offering customers things such as free Disney+ when they join. Hopefully, there will be more news on exactly what O2 is planning for the launch in the near future.

Nothing will release its debut phone on the O2 network (Image: NOTHING) Sign up for FREE to receive the most recent new releases, reviews, and tech tips. Fill up your email address here. We use your sign-up to provide information in ways you’ve agreed to and to better understand you. Based on our understanding, this may involve advertisements from us and third parties. You have the option to unsubscribe at any time. More information If you thought there were already too many Android phones to pick from, think again this summer. You may not have heard of Nothing, but this tech company has huge intentions to shake up the industry with the release of a new smartphone named phone (1). Complete information

Nothing has been created by tech entrepreneur Carl Pei who originally co-founded the hugely successful OnePlus brand. Pei is clearly hoping to replicate that smash hit and getting a big network on board will certainly help boost the visibility of the Nothing brand.  “When we started Nothing we wanted to bring back the excitement we once felt for the tech industry,” said Carl Pei, CEO and Co-founder of Nothing. “Joining forces with leading telcos and retailers, we look forward to shaking up the smartphone market together. We can’t wait to reveal phone (1) to the world later this summer.”

O2 says it will be the exclusive network partner for Nothing in the UK with customers able to purchase phone (1) in-store and online. “We want to make sure that O2 customers always have access to the latest and greatest technology. Nothing phone (1) provides a combination of great design and technology that offers something truly unique for our customers,” said Gareth Turpin, Chief Commercial Officer of Virgin Media O2. “I’m really excited that we are partnering with Nothing to be the exclusive network supplier in the UK, as we continue to reimagine connectivity, offer our customers more choice and enjoy the benefits and value they expect from O2.”

Although the Nothing phone’s hardware remains under wraps the company has revealed how its version of Android will look with users getting a bespoke appearance that features striking black wallpapers and a digital-style font. If you like the look of it, Nothing is giving Android fans the chance to install it on their current devices via the Nothing Launcher. Along with the new look, Nothing OS also features something called Max Icons and Max Folders which is a new experience for Android.

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