Nothing has bought up what was left of Essential

Carl Pei’s start-up company Nothing has bought up what was left of Essential – a short-lived smartphone manufacturer led by Andy Rubin. Before Essential threw in the towel a year ago, the company was working on a remote control-like mobile.
Essential chose to display images on the phone, even though it would never be released. Several former Essential employees later formed OSOM.

What the plan is with the acquisition and exactly what Nothing has actually acquired is difficult to answer, even if in theory it could mean that Nothing wants to release a mobile in the long run.

The Essential phone never dropped

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