Nothing Phone (2) has been in talks for a while now and is all set to launch this year. Nothing recently confirmed that the launch will be happening this summer, most likely in July 2023.
Nothing’s CEO Carl Pei has confirmed that the launch of Phone (2) is happening in July and has also confirmed some of the specifications of the phone which will make it significantly different from the Nothing Phone (1).
The information shared by Pei has made it very clear that there are three specific and major differences that make the Nothing Phone (2) different from Nothing Phone (1). Let’s have a look at those differences below:
Also Read: Nothing Phone (2) coming later this year: Check confirmed specs
Three ways Nothing Phone (2) will be better
1) Chipset: The Nothing Phone (1) was powered by the Snapdragon 778G Plus Chipset. But for Nothing Phone (2), Pei has confirmed that it will be something much better so speculations are rife that this phone will be powered by Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC.
2) Camera: The Nothing Phone (1) had a dual-lensed rear camera of 50MP wide angle prime lens and 50MP ultra wide lens. On the other hand, though the specifications haven’t been confirmed yet, still the speculations say that the Nothing Phone (2) will have a triple lensed rear camera of 50MP each lens. Any more details aren’t available as of yet.
3) Battery: The Nothing Phone (1) was packed with a 4500mAh battery. Whereas, the Nothing Phone (2) will pack a 4700mAh battery as rumours suggest.
Also read: Carl Pei confirms the Nothing Phone 2 will be a flagship but by last year’s standard
But except for the aforementioned features some other speculations have also been made about Nothing Phone (2). The phone might have 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. The display will also upgrade to a 120Hz AMOLED display.
That is all that we know about the Nothing Phone (2) as of yet. But these are just leaks, nothing has been confirmed as of yet. Unless the company makes an official statement it’s difficult to say if these are true or just rumours.
(Except for the headline, this story has not been edited by PostX Digital and is published from a syndicated feed.)