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Nothing Phone (2) goes official, features improved Glyph interface and Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC

With its first smartphone release turning one year, the Nothing brand has officially announced the new Nothing Phone (2), featuring flagship specifications and an updated Glyph interface system.

While the original (1) appears to be similar in design, the new Nothing Phone (2) comes with a rounded rear side with the intention for users to handle the device comfortably. The smartphone is 8.6 mm thick, and the weight is 201.2g. The main screen is a 6.7-inch FHD+ OLED panel with support for 120Hz refresh rate and protection with Corning Gorilla Glass.

The new Glyph interface now features 11 segmented LED strips and a total of 33 LED lighting zones. Users will also be able to assign selected applications for the Essential Glyph notifications. Nothing also announced that they are offering the Glyph interface SDK and API for developers.

Nothing also upgraded the camera department and the main shooter now sports a 50MP Sony IMX890 sensor with support for OIS and electronic image stabilization. The wide-angle 50MP snapper is the same as before but with additional Advanced HDR features.

The main change noted is the use of a flagship SoC as compared to the mid-range chip used on the previous Nothing Phone (1). The new Nothing Phone (2) is powered with the Snapdragon 8 + Gen 1, so we can expect faster performances for both casual usage and gaming. The device runs on Nothing OS 2.0 and is based on Android 13. The device will be able in both 256GB and 512GB storage capacities and with 12GB of RAM. Color options include white and dark grey.

The new smartphone now houses a larger 4700mAh battery with support for 45W wired charging. However, the wireless charging speed remains at 15W. Tune in for further updates regarding local releases and prices.


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