The Nothing Phone 2 is confirmed to be launching on July 11, 2023, and is expected to be available in the United States, unlike its predecessor, the Nothing Phone 1. The upcoming device will be debuted at an online event scheduled to start at 11 am EST and will be streamed via Nothing’s website.
There’s quite a bit of excitement about the launch, with Nothing using the tagline “Come to the bright side” to generate hype. They’ve also released a promotional video featuring the phone’s name, its distinctive glyph interface, and octopus tentacles for added intrigue.
The Nothing Phone 2 is set to be more premium than the first edition. The rumored specifications include a Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 chipset (although the specific version of the 8 series chip has not been confirmed by Nothing), a 6.67-inch 120Hz OLED display, 50MP dual cameras on the back, 256GB of storage, and a 5,000 mAh battery. Nothing has been confirmed that there will be three guaranteed years of software updates, taking the phone from Android 13 to at least Android 16.
The design of the Nothing Phone 2 is anticipated to be very similar to the first edition, with the unique Glyph Interface that provides notifications and other information to the user without needing to check the display. The only significant difference appears to be the edges, which will be curved on the Phone 2 after being flat on the Phone 1.
The price of the Nothing Phone 2 is expected to be slightly higher than the Nothing Phone 1 due to upgraded specs, but the specific price has not been confirmed yet.
For all the latest updates and reviews on the Nothing Phone 2, stay tuned to the major technology news platforms.