Nothing shows a possible future: smartwatches, over-ear headphones, laptops and so much more.
From the Nothing Phone (2) to the Nothing Book laptop, passing through the first smartwatch and a pair of over-ear headphones. The future of Nothing is shown in a video.
Carl Pei had made it clear right away: Nothing wants to become an all-around brand and will not only produce smartphones and earphones. The ambition is huge: to create an all-around brand that can assert itself over all the others, becoming a sort of colossus comparable to Apple (or at least to Pei’s old company, OnePlus).
To date, Nothing’s line-up is quite limited. We find only three products: the first Nothing Ear (1), the most recent Nothing Stick (1) and, therefore, the Nothing Phone (1), the company’s first smartphone. All three products are distinguished by a common design language, which makes extensive use of transparent parts to leave some of the components visible.
But that’s just the beginning. Carl Pei has promised that the product ecosystem will be expanded soon. To give us an idea of the possible future of the brand, the company has shared an intriguing teaser with the renderings of some of the most requested products by Nothing enthusiasts. Oh yes, because like OnePlus, Nothing also has a community of enthusiasts that branches out into the company’s various forums and social channels. A bridge between the wishes and feedback of customers and the management of the company, which apparently willingly lends its ear to the advice of the most loyal fans.
Thus, among the possible next products of Nothing we find a pair of over-ear headphones , a laptop (the Nothing Book ), a smartwatch , a bluetooth speaker and also a beautiful wireless charging base. All obviously with the hyper-iconic semi-transparent design that leaves the components visible. The renderings are wonderful and we sincerely hope that Carl Pei’s company will be able to transform at least part of these concepts into mass-produced products. Obviously the Nothing Phone (2) also appears in the video and, yes, we know for sure that sooner or later it will come out for real.