Here’s How the Nothing Phone (2) Looks Like: Expected Price, Specs

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Tech critic Marques Brownlee, popularly known as MKBHD, recently revealed the design of the Nothing Phone 2 in his video titled “Dope Tech: Nothing Phone 2 Redesign.” Let’s delve into the details of this highly anticipated smartphone.

to design

The design of the Nothing Phone 2 retains the transparent aesthetic that the company is famous for but with a few changes. The Heir features a curved glass back, which personally evokes mixed feelings. Another noticeable difference is the splitting of the Glyph LED strips into several sections. In addition, the new phone stands out from its predecessor with its light gray color.

This is what the nothing phone looks like (2).

Shifting our attention to the front, the Phone 2 places the punch-hole camera notch in the center of the smartphone, moving from the top-left position on the Phone 1.

Improved Glyph LED back panel

MKBHD reveals that the Nothing Phone 2 features 33 LEDs on the rear panel, up from 12 LEDs on its predecessor. The rear panel retains a similar design, but the large central arc is now divided into six smaller arcs, and the camera arc is split into two parts.

This is what the nothing phone looks like (2).

The main LED strip in the central arch, located in the upper right corner, consists of 16 LEDs and offers interactive functionality, similar to the reading light at the bottom.

New LED features and notifications

A 16 LED rainbow bar serves as a progress bar, providing more accurate feedback than its predecessor. It can be used with timers and third-party apps like Zomato and Uber to show the progress of various activities, such as the distance in an Uber ride or the location of a Zomato food order.

Nothing Phone 2 also features “essential notifications” in the Glyph interface, allowing users to select important apps. Notifications from these selected apps will be indicated by the illuminated diagonal LED bar at the top until they are addressed.

specifications

While specific details were not revealed in the video, the Nothing Phone 2 is confirmed to feature a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset, a Spectra 570 image signal processor (ISP) and a transparent Type-C cable.

This is what the nothing phone looks like (2).

Rumored specs include a 6.7-inch 120Hz AMOLED display with FHD+ resolution, options for 8GB or 12GB of RAM, 128GB or 256GB of storage, 50MP primary camera, 50MP ultra-wide camera, 32MP front camera, 4,700mAh battery with support with 33W fast charging, and Nothing OS 2.0 based on Android 13. The device is also expected to include features such as an in-display fingerprint scanner and stereo speakers.

Price and availability expected

Nothing Phone 2 is expected to be priced between Rs 40,000 and Rs 45,000 in India. The smartphone will be available for purchase on Flipkart, with pre-orders already open on the platform. Interested buyers can secure their Nothing 2 phone by paying an initial amount of Rs 2,000, with the remaining balance to be claimed on the final purchase.

Pre-order customers will benefit from immediate discounts at leading banks and discounted prices for accessories such as Phone 2 case, Phone 2 screen protector, Nothing Stick and Nothing Power 45W charger.

Image credit: MKBHD

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