OnePlus co-founder, Carl Pei, who headed out in different direction with the tech giant in October a year ago, has finally taken the wraps off his new venture. Strangely, it is known as “Nothing”. The new London-based endeavour is a purchaser tech company that came out before the dispatch. It accompanies a truly intriguing arrangement of investors, including iPod innovator Tony Fadell, Twitch prime founder Kevin Lin, Reddit CEO Steve Huffman, and the author of CRED, Kunal Shah.
Pei’s declaration comes not long after a $7 million round in seed financing in December 2020. The tech giant has declared that Nothing will be delivering its first smart gadget in the top half of this current year. According to the statement by the firm, ‘Nothing’ needs to motivate individuals to put stock in the positive capability of innovation once again…it looks to eliminate obstructions among individuals and innovation, to bring back artistry, enthusiasm and trust in the scope of consumer innovation.”
Until further notice, it is unclear what sort of items Nothing will dispatch under its brand name. In the past, Carl Pei uncovered that this new pursuit would stress on sound products; however, they cautioned that they wouldn’t just dispatch earphones but some different products also.