A Nothing should present some news on July 11, which includes the second generation of its smartphone, the Phone (2), and also a new color for its latest headset, the Ear (2), which would gain an option In the black color. Now, a series of images of the duo have emerged, reinforcing their look.
Informant Evan Blass shared the images on his Twitter profile – which is currently closed. Renders show more angles of the device, both in white and in gray, which will be a little lighter than the last generation.
Behind it, it will have its 10 LED areas divided into 33 zones, as anticipated by a recent video, with its two rear cameras in the upper left corner, loose on the back cover, with a dual flash right next to it.
Its lateral structure will be completely flat, made of aluminum, with the volume buttons on the left and the power button on the right. At the front, Nothing Phone (2) will continue to have symmetrical edges around the screen, with a centralized hole at the top for the front camera — on Nothing Phone (1) it was positioned in the upper left corner of the display.
Among the images shared by Blass, there are still promotional photos, where models are using the phone, also highlighting the Glyph Interface, name given to the LED system on the back cover.
Nothing Ear (2) will get black color
Launched in March by Nothing, the Ear (2) hit the market only in white, but soon it will gain a new option. After several rumors and teasers from Nothing, Roland Quandt, another very accurate tipster, shared images of the headset in black.
The box replaces the white parts with a darker tone, as well as the silicone rubbers on the ends of the handset and on its upper part as well. The external stem remains transparent, but internal details should also gain the new color. In addition, it seems that no other changes will be made to the phone in this new version.
Nothing is going to hold an event to present new products on the 11th of July, and it’s already confirmed that the Phone (2) will show up there. As for the black Ear (2), it’s not hard to assume that it will also be shown on this occasion.
Source: evan blass