One of the most remarkable phones to debut in 2022 was the Nothing Phone 1. The phone was notable for its distinctive and high-end design. Given that the Phone 1 was Nothing’s first smartphone, the business accomplished a lot, including a performance and bloatware-free experience. This does not imply that the phone is faultless, however, as its poor camera performance, lack of availability, and other minor problems have a negative impact on the user experience as a whole.
The Carl Pei-founded business is getting ready to introduce the Nothing Phone 2, its second smartphone, in 2023. Nothing should do a lot more things correctly this time around after learning from its errors.
According to Carl Pei, CEO of Nothing, the Nothing Phone (2) will be released and is anticipated to appear in the third quarter of the year, or between July and September. If that launch window materializes, there’s a possibility that it might use the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 2—if there is such a thing.
According to Pei’s statement at the Mobile World Congress on 28 February 2023, the new Phone (2) will be powered by an unannounced Snapdragon 8 series processor – a significant upgrade over the current Phone (1)’s mid-range SoC.
According to a leak, the Nothing Phone 2 may include a larger 5,000mAh battery in addition to 12GB RAM and 256GB of storage. A 4,500mAh battery powers the Nothing Phone 1, which only comes in its most expensive version with 12GB RAM and 256GB storage.
Nothing must concentrate on the Phone 2’s photo performance because it intends to make the product more expensive. The phone’s camera configuration is unknown at this time. However, the Phone 2 should be able to take noticeably better pictures than its predecessor thanks to a more potent Snapdragon 8 Gen chipset, a quicker ISP, and optimized image processing.