Nothing event live blog: 'The Truth' roadmap reveal may include Nothing Phone launch

Today's Nothing event could be the most significant to date in the company's short history in terms of learning what exactly its plans are going forward. 

Dubbed 'The Truth', the event is set to focus on the company's roadmap - although it's unclear how much detail it'll share - but there's rumors suggesting we'll also see Nothing's second product launch. 

Today's Nothing livestream event kicks off at 2pm GMT / 10am ET / 7am PT and you can watch it live.

In recent months, rumors and leaks around a Nothing Phone have increased, peaking last month when a photo posted on twitter supposedly showed Nothing founder Carl Pei showing off an undefined handset to Qualcomm CEO, Cristiano Amon during MWC 2022

Little is known about the Nothing Phone, if it does indeed exist, which makes this potentially one of the most exciting launches of the year. 

We're reporting live on Nothing's 'The Truth' event right here, so keep this page open for all the latest news, reveals and analysis. 

Nothing so far

So, what do we know about Nothing's journey to date?

  • 2020: founded by former OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei
  • 2020: raises $7 million in seed funding
  • Feb 2021: raises $15 million in Series A funding round
  • Mar 2021: raises $1.5 million in community funding round
  • Mar 2021: Concept 1 earbud revealed
  • Jul 2021: Ear (1) earbuds launched, Nothing's first product
  • Oct 2021: Raises $50 million in extended Series A funding round
  • Mar 2022: raises $70 million in Series B funding round
  • Mar 2022: 'The Truth' roadmap reveal

Hopefully today we'll get a much better gauge on future product plans.

Watch today's Nothing event live

Alongside following our commentary on the event, you can also watch today's livestream on YouTube.

Will we see the Nothing Phone today?

Quite possibly. Rumors have intensified in recent weeks, even though there's still very little that's actually leaked about the phone. However, a TechCrunch report citing sources who confirmed the handset's existence was swiftly followed up by a photo posted to Twitter by @evleaks potentially showing the phone in the hands of Carl Pei.

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