Nothing Phone (2): certified and ready to launch


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Nothing Phone (2): certified and ready to launch

Nothing Phone (2) just received a new online certification; specifically, it obtained that of the Korean NRRA portal. The successor to Carl Pei’s very successful premium midrange is about to make its international debut. The new device, unlike its predecessor, will also arrive in the US market as well as in the rest of the world. It will be marketed in Europe, India, China and also in the USA, as various sites on the web suggest.

Nothing Phone (2): the alleged characteristics

Thanks to online certification portals, we discover that Nothing’s Phone (2) will be a much more powerful device than the processor; it will have a high-end chipset from Qualcomm, the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, supported by 12 GB of RAM and large 128 or 256 GB storage. Android 13 will not be missing with stock-like skins; from the Geekbench site instead we learn that it will present a 4700 mAh battery with support for fast charging. The screen, on the other hand, will be a 6.67-inch FHD+ panel with a 120Hz refresh rate and HDR10+ support. The main camera will be a 50 Megapixel lens with OIS and there will be an ultrawide secondary lens for creative shots and videos. Carl Pei has confirmed that the debut of this smartphone is scheduled for July 2023. Stay connected with us if you want to know more; We will keep you posted.

In the meantime, we want to advise you on the purchase of the wonderful flagship killer Nothing Phone (1) for only €379.99 on Amazon, Shipping included. This device is a real intriguing and powerful best buy, with a beautiful, innovative design with its LEDs and top specifications in an elegant and luxurious form factor. Delivery will be quick and immediate and you will be entitled to a two-year guarantee with dedicated technical assistance. You will be entitled to a free return within one month of purchase and to the possibility of deferring the payment in convenient installments with Cofidis or with the site’s internal system.

Source: Gizmochina