A few weeks ago, Carl Pei confirmed that the Nothing Phone (2) would launch in July 2023. The company's next smartphone is expected to be exciting, as it will feature a great chipset with a unique design. Speaking of that, we're expecting some changes this time.
Once again, Steve H. McFly (@OnLeaks) has provided renders of the Nothing Phone (2). The new model's LED lights have been reworked and are no longer unbroken strips. Also, the new phone will feature a small red bar on the back instead of a small red dot. Thirdly, Nothing has ditched the flat sides and edges from the Nothing Phone (1) for a more rounded design.
The sides are expected to be rounded
Nothing Phone (2) vs Nothing Phone (1)
In terms of features, it should come with a larger 6.7-inch display, so the rounded body should provide a more comfortable grip. Besides the screen, the camera is now paired with a dual LED flash. The new model is also expected to feature enhanced wireless charging lighting, a 2.5D glass back, a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset, and other improvements.
Overall, Nothing seems to be making enough changes for the Nothing Phone (2) to feel refreshingly new. With that said, what changes or improvements are you hoping to see in Nothing's next smartphone? Let us know in the comments below, and stay tuned to TechNave for more news about the phone.