Nothing Phone (2) leaked with a stunning new LED light design

The Nothing Phone (2) will be officially unveiled next month. Thanks to the leakster @OnLeaks and SmartPrix, we now have access to early renders of the Nothing Phone (2). The device retains its signature transparent back design and prominent Glyph Light strips. However, there are a few changes this time around.

Nothing Phone (2) features a new design

As confirmed already by the company, the most notable change is the size of the phone. The Nothing Phone (2) will have a 6.7-inch OLED display, which is slightly larger than the 6.55-inch display on the original Nothing Phone. It looks like the larger size prompted the need to change up the ergonomics.

Nothing Phone (2) Renders -1

The leaked renders of the Nothing Phone (2) suggest that it will have a more rounded design than its predecessor. The aluminum sides are now curved, and the glass panels on the front and back have a slight arc to them. This change in design gives the phone a more modern and sleek look.

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The Glyph interface will also be updated. The light strips will be segmented into separate segments. This is supposed to give users more control over how the system lights up. As expected, users can choose to have the lights flash for notifications or pulse to the beat of the music.

Nothing Phone (2) Renders -2

The smartphone is still in the testing phase, so there may be some small changes to the design before it is released. However, the early renders of the Nothing Phone (2) that have been released so far give us a good idea of what to expect.

A major change in design is unlikely now since we’re nearing the launch. That means the Nothing Phone (2) will be sticking with a dual-camera setup. The flash though, now has two LEDs instead of one on the Phone (1). But that’s the only addition for the camera department.

Expected Price

Powering the Phone (2) will be a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chip. But it is rumored to stick to the mid-range market rather than taking on a flagship. The original Phone (1) was also a mid-range phone, but it started at a lower price of €470/£400/₹33,000. It is unclear whether the Phone (2) will start at the same price or at a higher price. The Phone (2) will also be available in the US.

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