Dbrand’s ‘Something’ skins make your phone look like a Nothing Phone 1

Most reviews agree: this is a striking device. But thanks to the limited availability, good luck with your purchase – . Enter Dbrand. The accessory maker has announced a new “Something” line of skins that promise to make your , or .

You might think Dbrand is playing with fire here, and you’re probably right. “Some might accuse us of stealing. Here’s our counter: We haven’t stolen anything,” the company’s website reads. “It’s not theft – it’s plagiarism, which is definitely not a crime. We checked,” Dbrand adds, after noting that it’s spent “a lot of time” disassembling electronics, an investment the company says is “uniquely qualified to tear down an industrial design and use it for other devices.” ‘to be creatively reinterpreted’.”

Dbrand is no stranger to these kinds of marketing stunts. The company made headlines late last year when it halted faceplates following a cease and desist letter from Sony. Days later, the company announced a new version of its “” against which Sony would not file a lawsuit. We wouldn’t rule out the possibility that Nothing founder Carl Pei is involved. Pei is widely praised for the guerrilla marketing strategy that made OnePlus famous.

Some skins can be purchased through Dbrand’s website. You can get one for $24.95.

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