Nothing Phone (2) : Price, Features, Specs & Hands on Review

Nothing Phone (2) has been launched globally including India. The company has not made any change in the design of the phone, as the company had told earlier by releasing the teaser that there will be no change in the design of the phone but its hardware features will be upgraded. Compared to Nothing Phone (1), the company has upgraded the features of the phone this time. This phone gets Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor.

Nothing Phone 2 features and specifications

Here are the key specification details of the Nothing Phone 2 that you need to know before you get to know what it will be like to hold. The phone is 8.6mm thick and 201 grams, with an aluminum chassis and a transparent glass back panel that exposes the inner workings. The front features a 6.7-inch OLED display with HDR10+ certification, 2412 x 1080 pixels resolution, and dynamic 1Hz to 120Hz refresh rate. Inside is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 paired with 8GB or 12GB of RAM and 128GB, 256GB or 512GB of storage space.

Nothing Phone (2)

There are two cameras on the back, a 50MP Sony IMX890 main camera with optical and electronic image stabilization (OIS and EIS), as well as the ability to record video at up to 4K resolution and 60 frames-per-second. The second camera is a 50MP Samsung JN1 wide-angle camera with 114-degree field-of-view and EIS, while the front houses a 32MP selfie camera with HDR.

Also on the back is Nothing’s trademark glyph lighting system, updated here over the version on the Nothing Phone 1, with a new layout, its own system of lights and sounds for notifications and call alerts, third-party app integration There is a way and also additional functions. These include a visual representation of the device’s audio volume and charging status. It’s also brighter than before and can be turned down to a dimmer level as well, making it more versatile.

Yes, it’s a bit gimmicky, but I don’t care. It’s amazing, and I love turning it on for no good reason, just to see how cool it looks. The new features make it more useful, and also help move it away from pure gimmick status. What else? There’s an in-display fingerprint sensor, 4,700mAh battery, 45W wired charging, 15W wireless charging, 5W reverse charging, stereo speakers, and an IP54 water and dust resistance rating. There’s no promise to deliver three years of major Android updates and four years of security updates every other month.

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We’ve already hinted about it above, but the Nothing Phone 2’s design is even better than the Phone 1’s, and although the lighting system is still a big part of its visual appeal, it’s the ergonomics that deserve the biggest and most welcome upgrade. have been found. Has gone. The key word is “cushion,” as that’s how the company describes the exquisitely curved shape of the rear glass.

The Nothing Phone 1 was completely flat and angular like the iPhone 14, but Nothing has gently shaped each side of the glass on the back, making the Nothing Phone 2 more comfortable to hold – and the flat edges hold your palm has little impact. , This is a great, much needed design change. I also love how the curves catch the light and the incredible transparency of the glass. From a distance it seems as if it is not there at all.

In addition to the white finish for the Nothing Phone 2, Nothing has rolled out a new gray color option. The gray enhances the sci-fi look of the phone and yet allows the glyph lights to really shine. I think it looks awesome. The build quality also feels top-notch due to the pleasant movement of the volume and power keys. I’m also surprised by how well it hides the 201 grams of weight, as it doesn’t feel uncomfortable or awkward to hold.


Nothing Phone (2) gets a 6.7-inch LTPO AMOLED display, with 120Hz refresh rate and 240Hz touch sampling support. The display of FHD + i.e. 1080 x 2412 pixels resolution has been given in the phone. This smartphone works on Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor. The phone has support for 12GB of RAM and up to 512GB of internal storage. Dual camera setup has been given in the back of Nothing Phone 2, which includes 50MP primary and 50MP ultra wide camera. A 32MP camera is available in this phone for selfie and video calling.

A 4,700mAh battery is available in this smartphone, with which 15W USB Type C fast wired charging feature is available. With this the company offers 15W Qi wireless charging. Apart from this, 5W reverse wireless charging support is also available in the phone. In-display fingerprint sensor will be available for security in the phone. This phone works on Nothing OS 2 based on Android 12. The new Glypn lighting feature has been given in the back of the phone, which will now get 33 zones and 10 new ringtone notifications.

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Nothing OS 2.0 Review

The Phone 2 has Nothing OS 2.0 installed, and is largely identical to the software installed on the Phone 1, in that it’s a clean, fuss-free version of Android and the user experience offered by Google on its Pixel phones. is close to. However, there’s one huge change that could prove controversial in the world of phones.

Nothing Phone (2)

You can choose the typical Android icon pack, colors and widget designs – or go with Nothing’s custom approach to the OS’s design. It’s a comprehensive change, including changes to the shape and size of widgets, the color and design of icons, whether you have text beneath them, and even the chance to put quick settings shortcuts on the lock screen. Icons follow Nothing’s pixel-art-like design language and obvious love of monochrome, while widgets have an iOS-style swipe function to view additional details.

The result is a sometimes jarring, ultra-modern-looking, often incredibly busy interpretation of Android that some people will love and others really dislike. Regardless of how you feel about looking at the images, your opinion will likely change the more you mess with the settings and design options. Add the chance to customize glyph lights and create your own light and sound sequences, and the Nothing Phone 2 can be uniquely yours in a way that’s impossible with other Android phones.

It’s clear that a lot of time and effort has gone into making Nothing OS unique, even enabling all app icons to be changed to the Nothing style globally. I’m not yet sure if the monochrome life is the one for me, but there’s no denying that nothing takes the typical, often gaudy Android theme customization found on other devices and makes it quite subtle and cool. turns into a thing. Something that also manages to encapsulate the brand’s vision.

One of the best mobile phone of 2023

The arrival of the US Nothing is a huge deal, and the best news is that it’s brought a really exciting, good looking, downright unique smartphone. It’s full of ideas, some of which may not be useful to you, but it’s also easy to reverse a lot of the niceties in the software if you don’t like it. I’ll take some unique ideas and a whole lot of creativity to a phone that’s going to be a little different every time.

Our full review of the Nothing Phone 2 is coming very soon, but based on the time I’ve spent with it so far, it looks like it has everything it needs to shake up the US phone market in the best possible way Is. It’s different, it looks great, it’s reasonably priced, and provided it continues to impress as we test cameras, batteries, and software on a daily basis, it deserves a big win. Trust us, we think you’ll really love it.

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Price and Availability

This smartphone of Nothing has been launched in three storage variants. This phone comes in 8GB RAM + 128GB, 12GB RAM + 256GB and 12GB RAM + 512GB. Its base variant costs Rs 44,999. At the same time, the other two variants of this phone are Rs 49,999 and Rs 54,999 respectively. It will be available in Dark Gray and White colours. It can be purchased from Flipkart from July 21.


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