The Nothing Phone (2) will go on sale in July, and the company has already begun sharing information about it. Thanks to Steve H.McFly aka @OnLeaks, renders of the phone based on real-time images of a testing stage unit have now been made public.
According to reports, the phone sports a 2.5D curved front and back, with tweaks to the back. This demonstrates that the lighting components that surround the camera module on the back of the phone have been modified. A dual LED flash is also visible in the photograph. Additionally, it is claimed to have a somewhat rounded frame as opposed to the Phone’s flat in Nothing Phone(1).
Instead of a single light, the phone is believed to have several tiny strips of lights that can each be controlled independently and wrapped around the wireless charging coil.
According to reports, the phone still has the left punch-hole for the camera. According to reports, it will still have a SIM card slot on the left, volume rockers, a power button, a USB Type-C port, and a speaker grill on the right.
Nothing has previously verified the phone’s Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC or the fact that it will have a 4700mAh battery, which is marginally larger than the 4500mAh battery in the Nothing Phone (1).