Nothing Phone 2: new transparent smartphone already revealed in pictures

As usual, renowned leakster OnLeaks has revealed the design of Nothing’s next smartphone, the Phone (2). The latter will be a direct successor to last year’s Phone (1), and this is immediately recognizable by its design since the new device. It inherits many aspects from its predecessor.

The images reveal a design that is heavily inspired by the previous model but corrects some of the flaws that many users have noticed. If the phone (2) has an aluminum frame, rounded edges and a tapered back panel. Also, the screen seems to have 2.5D coatingAnother difference from the phone (1).

Nothing Phone 2

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The Nothing Phone (2) is very similar to the Nothing Phone (1)

Another small change on the back: The phone (2) is equipped with a two-tone LED flash, which should improve low-light photos. We also notice that the Glyph interface is back, but the LEDs are now more segmented.

Nothing Phone 2

In front, Nothing Phone (2) will use a 6.7-inch screen, slightly larger than the previous generation’s 6.55 inches. However, instead of opting for a borderless display like on the Xiaomi 13 or iPhone 14 Pro, nothing keeps the rather imposing side borders all over the slab.

At the photographic level, we realize that Nothing bets on two different sensors all the time, but it is unknown whether these will differ from Phone(1). However, it seems unlikely that the British manufacturer will opt for a high-end camera this time around, which will allow it to compete with high-end smartphones.

Nothing Phone 2

Given the choice of Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor, we’re probably dealing with a smartphone. becomes excellent value for money. Therefore, it is not a device that uses the best technologies on the market to try to be the best. As with the first generation, we can’t wait to hear all about this transparent smartphone that wants to crack the codes. As a reminder, Nothing has already confirmed three years of Android updates.

Carl Pei denied the news on Twitter

The company’s CEO, Carl Pei, quickly reacted to the news by posting a “fake” word on Twitter. OnLeaks usually builds its renders based on smartphone prototypes that are in various stages of development. Here with Phone (2), OnLeaks announces that the renders were created from a test device, i.e. a smartphone very close to the final model.

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With only a month left, it seems surprising that Carl Pei would deny the authenticity of such a presentation, but this may mean that some details are not exactly as they were in the final version. Either way, given the upcoming smartphone announcement next month, it seems impossible at this point that this leak isn’t at least partially true.

OnLeaks also wanted to point out that this isn’t the first time an employee of a brand has questioned the accuracy of presentations that nevertheless often turn out to be very precise.