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Nothing Has Released A Teaser On Twitter On The Nothing OS 2.0

Nothing on Twitter has released a 14-second-long teaser that promises that Nothing OS 2.0 will be released this year.

In the post, Nothing said that “OS 2.0 will bring in more elements of our Nothing visual identity and focus on intentional smartphone consumption.”

Back in March 2023, Carl Pei announced Nothing’s partnership with Blloc and roped in Hoyss and his design team to craft the next generation of Nothing OS.

Nothing’s Software Creative Director, Mladen M. Hoyss, revealed in an interview that the brand wants to start from scratch when it gets to Nothing OS 2.0.

Hoyss had earlier worked on Blloc’s Zero 18 Android phone and the Ratio Launcher development. Hoyss believes that with Nothing OS 2.0, there will be a harmonious sync between the hardware and software design fundamentals that form the core identity of the brand.

The Nothing OS 2.0 will incorporate the dot matrix typography within a minimalistic interface to deliver productivity and granular personalization for the Phone (2). The software will majorly focus on the home screen design. It will prioritize information that is personal to the users.

The company is based in London and has a number of notable investors, such as iPod inventor Tony Fadell, Twitch co-founder Kevin Lin, Reddit CEO Steve Huffman, and Youtuber Casey Neistat.

Ear (1) was the very first product by the company and it was well received by people. The unique transparent design really set the product apart from its competitors.

The next step after this was the first smartphone and Nothing Phone (1) was launched in July 2022. Just like people anticipated, the smartphone came with a transparent design. The glyph interface on the back had mixed opinions from people.

Nothing Phone (1) has received a tremendous response in the Indian market. This year Ear (2) was launched by the company. Nothing Phone (2) launch is already on the horizon.

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