The Nothing Phone (2) will be officially unveiled next month, but you can get a sneak peek now, thanks to @OnLeaks and Smartprix. The new design has a clear back and a prominent Glyph light strip, which can be said to be “Nothing”.
However, there are some key changes. The company has confirmed that its second smartphone will feature a larger 6.7-inch display (up from 6.23″), and it seems to feel the need for an upgrade Ergonomic.
The new design features rounded aluminum sides and even the glass panels on the front and back are slightly curved. This is the same as the phone (1 ) in stark contrast, the phone (1) has squared-off sides and a flat front and back.
The light strip on the Glyph interface is now segmented. This allows the user to fine-tune the system control, which can be used as a status indicator, notification light, and to add some cool factor. @OnLeaks pointed out that the rendering is based on a unit from the testing phase, so the final design may have Some minor tweaks.
However, major tweaks are unlikely, which means the Nothing Phone (2) sticks with a dual camera setup. Flash for now There are two LEDs instead of one, but that’s the only addition.
The phone(2) will hit the high end with the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, but it’ll stick to the mid-range realm, not the Take on the flagship. The base price for the original version is €470/£470/₹06,000, we’ll see if the new one sustains this price or starts to move higher. Oh, this Also came to the United States.