Nothing Phone 2 Design Revealed Ahead of July 11 Launch

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Nothing Phone 2, the successor to last year’s Phone 1, is slated to be released on July 11. In anticipation of its impending launch, the Carl Pei-led UK brand has revealed the first official image of the flagship smartphone. The official render shows the Nothing Phone 2 in white and grey with a redesigned Glyph Interface. The Nothing Phone 2design appears to be inspired on the Nothing Phone 1. 

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Nothing revealed the official appearance of its upcoming Nothing Phone 2 on Twitter on Tuesday. As previously stated, the device is available in white and dark grey colorways, with a transparent back shell and curved edges. The brand’s graphic depicts a design that is identical to its predecessor, the Nothing Phone 1, which was released in July of last year. The Glyph Interface appears to have received a few noteworthy modifications, including slightly altered LED lighting.

In the upper left corner of the Nothing Phone 2, a ring-like camera module holding dual back cameras can be observed. Furthermore, the volume rockers are located on the smartphone’s right spine, while the power button is located on the left spine.

The future Nothing Phone 2 is confirmed to include 33 LED lighting zones, which is a substantial improvement above the Nothing Phone 1’s 12 individual LEDs. They can be programmed using phone software. The device is said to be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC and will have a 4,700mAh battery.

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On July 11, the Nothing Phone 2 will be released in global countries. The virtual launch ceremony will commence at 8:30pm IST and will be live streamed on the company’s website and the official YouTube channel. Unlike the Phone 1, the new handset is expected to be released in the United States.


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