The design of Nothing Phone (2) has finally seen the light of day. While Nothing is a new tech company and currently has released the Phone (1) model only, now the company is gearing up to introduce their second generation smartphone.
Previously, the company had announced some key specifications of the phone, including a 4700 mAh battery and Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset. To learn more about the Phone (2) details, click here to read the related article: Nothing Phone (2) specifications and launch date unveiled
Nothing Phone (2)
Smartprix has recently shared a series of leaked images, obtained through OnLeaks, showcasing the design of Nothing Phone 2 from various angles. Notably, the Phone 2 features more rounded corners compared to its predecessor, giving it a departure from the flat design of the Phone 1.
There are some subtle differences in the placement of the LEDs on the back of the phone specifically, the LEDs surrounding the camera system. It comes with a rounded design approach similar to 2.5D design on the front. Both the display and the back of the phone are more rounded than its predecessor.
We can say that the biggest difference in design is the dual LED flash. We guess that the LED flash will be more powerful, another thing that takes our attention is that the LEDs on the back of the phone are now split instead of being a single large piece. The LED lights around the wireless charging coil and around the camera setup are splitted.
Isn’t the new one quite different from the Phone (1)? You might not believe it is, but Carl does.
Carl Pei had made a humorous tweet about how similar the designs of the S22 Ultra and S23 Ultra are in response to a Twitter poll he created about the S23 Ultra series.
The discussions arise regarding the shared design elements between the Nothing Phone (1) and the Phone (2) on the internet and it remains to be seen if Carl Pei will share a similar tweet for their new phone’s design, the Phone (2). There’s a chance we might stumble upon a video review on Nothing’s official YouTube channel where they go on and on about the jaw-dropping “performance” and “software” of the Phone (2), almost forgetting to mention its design.