Nothing Phone (2) Quick Review: Practical Upgrades

The Nothing Phone (1) garnered attention primarily for its stylish exterior and decent internal specifications. However, the newly launched Nothing Phone (2) brings a refreshing change. Developed by the London-based tech company founded by Carl Pei, co-founder of OnePlus, the highly anticipated Nothing Phone (2) has finally made its debut in India and worldwide. At first glance, the Phone (2) may not appear drastically different from its predecessor, but upon closer inspection, one can notice several incremental improvements that Nothing has incorporated into this new smartphone.

The Phone (2)’s packaging is unlike any other phone box that is currently on the market. The phone, a SIM ejector, and the brand-new USB Type C connector are all included in the stylish retail box. The attention to detail was wonderful. The charging cord and SIM ejector also feature Nothing’s renowned transparent design aesthetic. Given the high cost of the Nothing Phone, I wish the charging brick was included in the package (2).

Nothing Phone (2)’s price in India

Now let’s talk about the Nothing Phone (2)’s price in India. There are three variations of it:

  • 8GB RAM + 128GB memory at Rs 44999
  • 12GB RAM + 256GB memory at Rs 49999
  • 12GB RAM + 512GB memory at Rs 54999

Beginning on July 21, all of these variations will be offered for sale in India on Flipkart. Additionally, the business has acknowledged that it would offer the phone for offline purchase through Nothing Drops, a pop-up shop primarily.

Now let’s talk about everything the Nothing Phone (2) has to offer for its high price. beginning with the design.

Nothing Phone (2) Design

As I mentioned at the outset of this little assessment, there are several logical upgrades between Phones (1) and (2) that, if you look attentively, you might not realise at first. The newly released Nothing Phone, in contrast to the Phone (1), has 33 separately accessible zones, allowing each Glyph component to essentially carry out a certain function.

The new Glyph features seem very fascinating, and a new user will undoubtedly appreciate them, but, as before, it takes a lot of effort to become used to them. Nothing really expanded the Glyph’s functionality, but we will discuss all of this in more detail in the complete review that will be published soon. Composer is a further Glyphs-related tool that the firm frequently emphasises. Simply put, if you don’t like any of the pre-installed ringtones, you can use this option to create your own.

What the Phone Has to Offer?

Nothing Phone (2)

The Nothing Phone (2) offers a large 6.7-inch display that appears vibrant indoors, although it lacks brightness when used outdoors. The full review will provide more insight into the display’s performance. The phone also features an in-display fingerprint sensor that unlocks the screen quickly. In terms of performance and battery life, the Phone (2) is a significant upgrade over the Phone (1). It is equipped with a Snapdragon 8 + Gen 1 processor, up to 12GB RAM, and 512GB internal storage, enabling smooth multitasking and gaming. The Nothing OS 2.0 software, based on the latest Android operating system, enhances the user experience.

With a 4700mAh battery and 45W fast charging support, the phone offers reliable battery performance. This boasts a dual rear camera system with a 50-megapixel main and 50-megapixel ultrawide camera, incorporating features like Motion Capture 2.0 and 2X Super-Res Zoom.

Overall, compared to the Phone (1), which became very popular in the Rs 30,000 pricing range, the Nothing (2) is unquestionably a sensible boost in terms of specifications.

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