Why Nothing's South Indian Fanbase Is Unhappy
Nothing has addressed the problem in a letter shared on Twitter.
The hashtag "#DearNothing" started trending swiftly in India a few hours after the London-based business Nothing (1) unveiled their phone.
the former OnePlus founder Carl Pei's new company received a lot of trolling and criticism from the South Indian tech community using the hashtag.
DearNothing: What truly took place?
And why exactly are fans angry with the company, at least on Twitter?
After a popular YouTube channel called "
" posted a new video the evening of the phone (1) launch ceremony, the hashtag "#DearNothing" quickly gained popularity.
In the video, which was intended as a practical joke, the maker opens a bogus Nothing phone (1) package that turns out to be an empty box with a letter inside.
"Hi Prasad, this device is not for South Indian folks," the letter, which is a fake, begins. Thank you,"
As soon as the creator's screenshot of the bogus letter being unboxed started to circulate on Twitter, things immediately went awry.
Our journey as a new brand will be filled with praise and criticism. . Sharma continued.(Nothing India General Manager Manu Sharma)
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