There aren’t many phone debuts that are as anticipated as Nothing Phone (1) was, but with the release of Nothing Phone (2), it seems like we could get to experience the frenzy once again. Nothing has officially verified that the phone, which will be powered by a Snapdragon 8 series SoC, would be released in “summer 2023.” However, a Geekbench listing has recently made known what could really be the Nothing Phone (2)’s specs.
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The Nothing Phone (2) has been detected by MySmartPrice on Geekbench, hinting that it will have flagship-caliber internals. The listing claims that the phone is powered by a chip called “taro,” which is the codename for the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 from 2017—an SoC that also went into phones like the Samsung Galaxy S22 series and other models.
According to the advertisement, the gadget, known as the Nothing A065, is also anticipated to include 12GB of RAM. Although it’s probable that the device tested on Geekbench was the 12GB model, other models, such an 8GB one, could also be offered. The theoretical Nothing Phone (2) scored 1253 for single-core performance and 3833 for multi-core performance in the Geekbench test. The phone’s operating system was Android 13 at the time.
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The phone may arrive with Android 13 or 14 depending on when it is released, however it is more likely that it will come pre-installed with Android 13. Additionally, the smartphone has received Bureau of Indian Standard (BIS) certification, raising the possibility that the launch may occur shortly.