Nothing has confirmed that his first smartphone, the Phone 1, will not get a widespread release in the US or Canada. PCMag Reports. Instead, a “limited number” of devices will be distributed to community investors in the country as part of a “closed beta,” a statement said. She added that she hopes to launch a US-backed smartphone in the future.
“While we’d like to introduce the Phone 1 to the entire community around the world, we are focusing on local markets, including the UK and Europe, where we have strong partnerships with leading local carriers,” the company said. PCMag in the current situation. “It takes a lot to launch a smartphone you know, from ensuring the phone is supported by cellular technologies in the country to carrier partnerships and local regulation, and since we are still a young brand we need to be strategic about it.”
PCMag Reports suggest that anyone trying to use the Nothing Phone in the US will likely have “unexpected” coverage on T-Mobile, no Voice over LTE support on AT&T, and absolutely no service on Verizon.
Complaining that Phone 1 will not receive a full US version for the first time began to surface after a limited number of smartphones came out Put up for pre-sale on StockX before the device Official launch on July 12. The product listing came with a disclaimer that the phone “is not fully supported in North America. Functions may be affected depending on your carrier, coverage, speed, and/or reliability; or it may not work at all.”
The US smartphone market has historically been tough for newcomers to break into. Phones from popular Chinese manufacturers like Xiaomi, Oppo and Huawei generally don’t get mass releases in the country, and Apple and Samsung dominate phone selections from US carriers. Perhaps it’s no surprise that a startup like Nothing has been so unlucky.
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