The Nothing Phone (1) was a smartphone that, of course, did not leave anyone indifferent. Its successor, the Nothing Phone (2), has been in development for some time, and today we have finally been able to learn some important details about this new smartphone, including its specifications and its release datethanks to an interesting leak that we are going to share with you.
At the hardware level, the Nothing Phone (2) will become a top-of-the-range smartphone because, according to this leak, it will use a Snapdragon 8 SoC which has not yet been announced. If this is confirmed, the range change of this new smartphone would be evident, since the current model uses a Snapdragon 778G+ SoC, a chip that would be equivalent to a Snapdragon 7.
The screen of the Nothing Phone (2) will be of type AMOLEDalthough its size has not been specified yet, and it will have a refresh rate of 120 Hz. Most likely, it will be around 6.5 inches, that has FHD+ resolution and that repeats the flat finish of the original model. The same can be said of the front, where we expect an all-screen finish with the front camera integrated into a floating island.
The base model will have a configuration of 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage capacity, but it will be possible to buy the Nothing Phone (2) in a more powerful version equipped with 12 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage capacity. To improve performance in specific cases, this smartphone will have the virtual RAM function, which will allow a part of the storage to be used as memory.
The battery, another of the most important points of any smartphone, will be 5,000mAh, an increase of 500 mAh compared to the original model, and we can expect this terminal to be equipped with the latest version of Android customized with the Nothing layer. As far as the design is concerned, we expect a smaller evolution from what we saw in the Nothing Phone (1) and the same build quality, that is, aluminum frame and double layer of glass.
The launch of the Nothing Phone (2) should take place in the third quarter of this year, that is, between the months of July, August and September. We do not have specific details about the sale price, but if this improvement in specifications is confirmed and the jump to a high-end SoC, it is clear that it will end up being more expensive than the Nothing Phone (1), a terminal that reached the Spanish market with a price of 469 euros in its base configuration. With this in mind, the Nothing Phone (2) It could be in the range of 600-700 euros.