The Nothing Phone (2), the second-generation smartphone from the innovative company, Nothing, is not just a device, but a statement of style and functionality.
Nothing Phone (2), officially unveiled on July 11, 2023, has retained the unique transparent design of its predecessor, with a few notable enhancements. The location of the selfie camera has been centralized, and the light elements on the rear cover have been segmented, increasing the lighting zones from 12 to 33. This unique feature, known as the Glyph Interface, allows users to customize the lighting patterns, making the phone not just a tool, but a personalized accessory.
The phone (2) features a 6.7-inch OLED display with a resolution of 2412 x 1080 pixels and supports frame rates up to 120 Hz. With LTPO technology, it can conserve battery power by dropping to a frame rate as low as 1 Hz. According to Nothing, the screen has an outdoor brightness of 1,000 cd/m² and can reach a peak brightness of 1,600 cd/m² in HDR mode.
Under the hood, the Nothing Phone (2) is powered by the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chip, offering a significant performance boost. The device comes with up to 12GB of RAM and up to 512GB of internal storage. The battery has a nominal charge of 4,700 mAh and can be charged with a maximum of 45 watts via cable. Wireless charging is possible with up to 15 watts, the phone (2) can also charge other devices wirelessly.
The Nothing Phone (2) boasts a Sony IMX890 sensor with OIS for the main camera and a super-wide-angle Samsung JN1 for the secondary camera. The selfie camera features a Sony IMX615 sensor, promising high-quality images and videos.
The smartphone comes with Nothing OS 2.0, an Android fork that pays special attention to the design. New features include a monochrome look and widgets on the lock screen. The Glyph Composer also allows users to design their own ringtones with LED lighting.
The Nothing Phone (2) is priced starting from $599 for the base version with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. The version with 256 GB of memory costs $699, the model with 512 GB costs $799. This means that the device is significantly more expensive than the phone (1), but it is also better equipped and has more memory. For comparison: The phone (1) has a maximum of 256 GB of memory and cost $550 when it was launched.