London-based technology company Nothing, has recently confirmed the name of its new smartphone, Phone (2a).
The name announcement of the new smartphone came as a part of Nothing’s latest quarterly Community Update. The smartphone was previously known as Aerodactyl among Nothing’s community.
According to the announcement, the Phone (2a) has been engineered with a focus on providing the optimal daily smartphone experience, doubling down on core user needs, with all of Nothing’s expertise and craftsmanship.
In addition to the name of the new device, the company also shared that it’s launching Glyph Developer Kit, which gives 3rd party Android apps the ability to control the Glyph Interface, unique to Nothing smartphones.
Furthermore, Nothing named Jillian Gerngross the new VP of Marketing. With 12 years of experience at Amazon Music, she will oversee the global marketing strategy, including launches of Nothing phones and new products on the audio side, promising to make this category even more fun.
Other updates included State of Business Update from our CFO, Tim Holbrow, and notes from the latest Nothing Board Meeting, as witnessed by Rohit Pakalapati, the newly-elected Community Board Observer.
The full community update can be seen in the video below.
Outside of the Community Update, CMF by Nothing announced that CMF Buds and CMF Neckband Pro are coming soon.