The Nothing Phone (2) is one of the most anticipated phones to launch in the second half of the year. Following the confirmation of its launch in additional countries, the device is apparently building up more hype than the original Phone (1). Now, a fresh set of alleged renders of the Phone (2) has been shared, shedding more light on the exterior changes.
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Nothing's first Phone (1) that we reviewed was well-known for its unique Glyph interface which is composed of LED strips encased in a transparent back. The Phone (2) evidently carried this core design element over based on the revealed computer-generated pictures.
Nothing Phone (2) pictures were based on a prototype
Shared by OnLeaks (via SmartPrix), the Nothing Phone (2) is depicted to feature rounder sides and corners, with a notable built-in aluminum frame. In addition, additional curves are seen along the edges of the rear glass and display compared to the flat panels on the predecessor. Furthermore, it was reported earlier that the screen real estate will be increased to 6.7-inches.
When it comes to the Glyph interface, it appears there is a minor facelift on the layout of the LED strips. The round red LED indicator will be replaced by a line and the LED flash component is larger. At the same time, the camera layout does seem to remain unchanged with a dual module. This suggests that the UK-based startup is not adding a third sensor at all behind.
The source noted that the overall design of the device is according to the engineering unit. So, it gives a possibility the final look could differ from what's currently shown in these images.
Nothing did mention that the Phone (2) will launch in July and will be powered by a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset instead of the latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 2. The company also added the upcoming Android phone will receive up to 3 major OS upgrades and four years of security updates. It remains unclear how much the Phone (2) will cost at launch.
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