Nothing Phone (2) leaks with design changes and Glyph Interface


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The second generation of Nothing Phone (1) still has no confirmed release date, but its debut is scheduled for the coming weeks with superior performance to the original model. And, according to a new leak, we can also expect major design changes.

Renders created by tipster Steve Hemmerstoffer and published by smartprix show the Nothing Phone (2) with striking design elements such as the transparent back cover of the Nothing Phone (1), now with changes to the rear LEDs of the Glyph Interface.

In the images we see that the Nothing will abandon the continuous light strips to adopt more segmented parts, notable in the central LED around the coil for wireless charging and in the camera module LED.

Another notable change is present on the sides of the device. Instead of keeping the straight format very comparable to the latest iPhones, the company will bet on the rounded sides similar to older iPhones.

You’ll also notice that the front and back cover glass now offers minimal bending at the edges for a 2.5D effect.

So far, we know that Nothing will take a more sustainable approach with the launch of the Phone (2), resulting in less polluting manufacturing and the use of more recycled materials.

Leaks show the device with Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 processor for high performance, 8 GB and 12 GB of RAM and 256 GB of internal storage.

The smartphone was confirmed with a 4,700 mAh battery and a larger 6.7-inch screen, but other details were not revealed.

More details related to Nothing Phone (2) should emerge in the coming days as we approach the Phone (1) launch anniversary, which took place in July 2022.

Source: Smartprix