Last year, Nothing launched its first-ever smartphone, the Nothing Phone 1. It was available in Europe and Asia but didn’t make its way to American shores. However, the co-founder of the London-based consumer tech startup confirmed plans to bring a ‘premium’ Nothing Phone 2 to the US market ‘later this year.’ In an interview with Inverse, Carl Pei announced that the US is their “No. 1 priority in terms of market” for its next smartphone.
It comes a month after Carl tweeted about the Phone 1 being the company’s main focus, and the Phone 2 isn’t launching anytime soon. However, in the interview, Pei said: “I tweeted before that we’re not gonna launch the Phone 2 any time soon. And that doesn’t mean we’re never gonna launch it. We’re developing a smartphone that’s more premium than the Nothing Phone 1, and software will be a big focus area for us.”
Unfortunately, he didn’t reveal anything more about the device, so we’ll have to wait until its launch to see what the Phone 2 has in store.