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Carl Pei's new company bought the smoldering wreckage of Andy Rubin's short-lived Essential

Carl Pei's new company bought the smoldering wreckage of Andy Rubin's short-lived Essential

According to a filing at the UK Intellectual Property Office (first spotted by 9to5Google), Carl Pei's new company Nothing has purchased Andy Rubin's Essential. The acquisition was completed on January 6th, and while Nothing's ultimate goals still remain frustratingly unclear beneath an obscured layer of fake viral social media hype, this could indicate that smartphones are a goal.

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Carl Pei's new company is called Nothing, which is about as much as we know about it

Carl Pei's new company is called Nothing, which is about as much as we know about it

Since leaving OnePlus, founder Carl Pei has spent his time raising $7m for a secretive project, and today we finally learned the name of his new company: Nothing. It's a typically pretentious name for a brand we still know very little about. Previous rumors have pointed to audio products but the latest official word only refers to upcoming releases as "smart devices."

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