In the coming months, Nothing Phone 2, the company’s second smartphone, will be released. The UK business led by former OnePlus Co-Founder Carl Pei disclosed the Nothing Phone 2’s launch date on Wednesday.
According to reports, the second-generation device will also be available in the US. The company has been coy about the details of the next smartphone, although it is anticipated that it would launch with a far more powerful chipset than the Nothing Phone 1.
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The business said that the Nothing Phone 2 would be available “this British summer” in an email message on Wednesday. The phone may be released between June and September, according to this. The company has announced that the Nothing Phone 2 will be offered in the US, unlike the device from last year.
Nothing also confirmed that its second-generation phone will be a “more premium” offering and be powered by a Snapdragon 8 Series processor, as it had previously stated. A Qualcomm official mistakenly divulged in March that the phone would be fitted with last year’s Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC, but the company has yet to confirm which Qualcomm chipset will be utilized.
Phone (2) is coming summer 2023.
Sign-up for updates: https://t.co/FEJL4Jb2Aw pic.twitter.com/Nj8YONbYvm
— Nothing (@nothing) May 3, 2023
Nothing Phone (1) + Phone (2) teaser pic.twitter.com/uTrrOHYOI3
— Ben Geskin (@BenGeskin) May 3, 2023
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The phone manufacturer also tweeted a GIF of what looks to be the future Nothing Phone 2’s back panel, which is revealed to have a blinking red LED light. The landing page that the tweet also connects to sadly offers no extra information. The Nothing Phone 2 is also anticipated to launch in India; the device was purportedly discovered in March on the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) website. According to a tip, the phone, which goes by the model code AIN065, has reportedly acquired BIS certification, putting it one step nearer to being released in India.