We need to expect the Nothing Phone (2) to arrive in our midst by the second half of 2023
When it hit retail some time earlier last year, the Nothing Phone (1) had been hot property. The device with the peculiar nomenclature and awesome features had been picked up by many since its arrival.
The mobile manufacturer is now coming up with a second iteration, aptly named Nothing Phone (2). We get to hear that the phone will make its debut by later this year, and is expected to grace the multiple markets around the globe.
Going by what we hear, the company has made all arrangements to show off the Nothing Phone (2) in the US initially. The company’s CEO Carl Pei himself has been reported as revealing this information, and that has actually triggered much enthusiasm.
Nothing Phone (2) could be a premium offering
That makes us think what all could the device sport in comparison to its predecessor. It is being reported that the Phone (2) will come with a focus area will be to provide a premium software experience, making us believe that the new device will a more premium offering compared to the Phone (1).
It is being said that the Nothing Phone (2) sports the model number A065, and the grapevine does shed some info on the possible launch date. We need to expect the device to arrive in our midst by the second half of year 2023 – which is not long ahead.
Adaptive display that refreshes automatically
As mentioned earlier the Nothing Phone (2) could come as a premium device. Further, specs would include a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 series SoC.
Other features that we need to look out for could include at least 12GB of RAM, support for virtual RAM and a 5000mAh battery. The battery dole-out is more than what was seen in the Nothing Phone (1), which had carried a 4500mAh battery.
The phone is expected to come with an AMOLED display, which would be an adaptive display will refresh automatically as per the on-screen content.
We are writing to know more on this new device. Stay tuned as we go looking for more juice on this possibly awesome smartphone.