There is yet hope for the Nothing Phone in the US (1). As most of you are aware, the device is offered in a number of countries, but not in the United States. There is still hope, despite the recent launch.
There is still hope that we may see the nothing phone in the US. How come? Well, it appears that nothing is sending US customers who try to purchase the phone in the EU to the US website. That is indeed what happens when we attempt to open the listing from a US IP.
In the US, there is a listing for Nothing Phone (1). If you like, you can access it by clicking on this link. Although you can’t now purchase the phone, the ad does provide some information about it. Consequently, it is allowing for change.
Advertisement Of course, nothing is guaranteed by this. Simply to stay informed, Nothing could want US consumers to be aware of the Nothing Phone (1). However, the business would probably want to ship the phone to US customers.
However, the US market differs greatly from those in the EU and India. It significantly depends on carriers. Customers frequently sign contracts every two years with a single carrier in order to receive steep discounts on equipment or even free devices.
Nothing may attempt to find a carrier partner in the US while also needing a certification. Therefore, in order to be somewhat important, Nothing would need to collaborate with at least one significant carrier in the US. At least it is the logical way to go about things. There are always customers that purchase unlocked technology.
Advertisement The Nothing Phone (1), however, lacks the necessary certification to operate in the US. Customers in the US would probably experience cell service issues if they choose to import the device. However, that is easily modifiable with the appropriate certification.
People from Android Central used the Nothing Phone (1) on T-Mobile, and it performed satisfactorily to some extent. Even though there were occasions when it couldn’t even receive a signal, it was able to reach respectable 5G speeds. Therefore, for US consumers, importing the item is probably not the wisest move.