Nothing Phone (2), new image shows detail of the rear body

nothing phone (2), new image shows detail of the rear
nothing phone (2), new image shows detail of the rear


The marketing and communication strategies of Carl Pei we know them well since the days of OnePlus. Even now that she’s driving NothingIn fact, the manager usually creates hype around upcoming products by revealing details a little at a time, almost as if it was up to us to assemble the various pieces of the puzzle to get the most complete picture of the device. Not that the CEO is the only one adopting this strategy, but he is perhaps the one who uses it the most (And Better?) of the others.

And as happened for Nothing Phone (1), also for the successor it is necessary to put together the pieces revealed by Carl Pei to find out what the smartphone that will be officially announced on July 11 will be like. First the rear LEDs, then the semi-transparent charging cable, now the tentacles of the octopus – chosen by the company for this second generation after the birds that characterized the first – embrace part of the rear bodyto be precise the lower right corner of the smartphone.


We can therefore observe a detail of the transparent back of Nothing Phone (2) with the internal components, the star screws and the LEDs which now represent the distinctive element of the smartphone. We hope that between now and July 11 Carl Pei will let slip some other details, so as to have an even more precise idea of ​​the product.


We already know that Phone (2) is made with sustainable and partially recycled materials, as well as the presence of the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor has been confirmed. In summary:

  • display: 6.7-inch FHD+ OLED, 120Hz refresh rate
  • platform: Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1
  • memory: up to 12GB of RAM
  • main camera: 50MP
  • drums: 4,700mAh, charging cable with transparent plugs
  • os: Nothing OS 2.0 with Android 13, 3 major updates + 4 years of security patches
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