While Nothing’s lineup of smartphones have been getting the latest Nothing OS 2 updates, it looks like the company is hard at work on developing Nothing OS 3.0, which is scheduled to launch later in September. Not much is known about Nothing’s next platform version, although a couple of previews give us some insight.

More specifically, the previews were shared online by Company CEO Carl Pei, who Tweeted a couple of photos showcasing some of Nothing OS 3.0’s visual designs, including a more refined clock widget, as well as a handful of different lock screen setups. With that being said, Pei didn’t share a whole lot, teasing a September launch for Nothing OS 3.0.

Here’s a Sneak Peak at Nothing OS 3.0 – Phandroid

Here’s a Sneak Peak at Nothing OS 3.0 – Phandroid

In other recent Nothing news, a design render showing the upcoming CMF phone was leaked online, revealing a drastically-different hardware design in comparison to the rest of Nothing’s lineup. The phone is expected to feature a specially-designed mechanism which will enable modular accessories to be attached to the handset.

With all that being said, we can expect to see the rest of Nothing OS 3.0 go live in September, or unless we get more official previews online.

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