Nothing Phone 2 design has been revealed in all its glory by the top tech reviewer Marques Brownlee aka MKBHD. In his latest Dope Tech video titled Dope Tech: Nothing Phone 2 Redesign, the top YouTuber revealed the new Nothing Phone 2 design exclusively. Marques also explained the advanced Glyph interface on the rear panel of the Nothing Phone 2. The Nothing Phone 2 gets an even more advanced Glyph interface than its predecessor. Let’s look at the Nothing Phone 2 design revealed by MKBHD on his YouTube channel.
Here’s the Nothing Phone 2 in its Full Glory
The first thing you notice in the video is that the design is similar to the renders of the Phone (2) courtesy of reputed tipster OnLeaks. At the time, Carl Pei tweeted the word “Fake” to refute the authenticity of the leaked Nothing Phone (2) renders. However, we can see that the renders were spot on with the design, including the curved back, new split centre, and the camera arc in the Glyph interface. However, what the renders did get wrong is the colour of the smartphone, which is lighter grey than white, and the punch-hole cutout, which is in the centre instead of the top left corner, as shown in the renders.
Marques reveals in its video that the Nothing Phone 2 has 33 LEDs on the back panel compared to 12 on its predecessor. The back panel is identical except that the massive centre arc has been split into six, and the camera arc has been split in two. The biggest LED strip in the centre arc, located in the top right, has 16 LEDs and is interactive, like the exclamation LED at the bottom.
While the exclamation LED is limited to the battery level indicator, the new 16-LED arc strip is intended to be a progress bar. It can be used with timers and third-party apps like Zomato and Uber to show the progress. According to Marques, the LED indicator will use live notifications to show the progress of the activity, like Uber distance or Zomato food order location, and more. Thanks to 16 LEDs, this progress indicator LED strip is much more precise and granular.
The YouTuber also reveals that the Glyph interface now offers a new feature called Essential Notifications, which lets users choose important apps. Once set, the slanted LED strip on top will stay on when you receive notifications on your chosen app until the notification is addressed. Additionally, the Nothing Phone 2 now allows users to create custom Glyph ringtones. MKBHD didn’t reveal anything else in his video.
Nothing Phone 2 Price in India, Availability
Nothing Phone 2 price in India is expected to be Rs 40,000 – Rs 45,000. The smartphone will go on sale on Flipkart after the launch, and the pre-order is already live on the e-commerce website. Interested buyers can pre-book their Nothing Phone 2 now by paying Rs 2,000 and the rest of the amount during the final purchase. Those who pre-order the device will get instant discounts with leading banks, a Phone 2 case worth Rs 1,299 for Rs 499, a Phone 2 screen protector worth Rs 999 for Rs 399, a Nothing Stick worth Rs 8,499 for Rs 4,250, and a Nothing Power 45W charger worth Rs 2,499 for Rs 1,499.
Nothing Phone 2 Specifications
The brand has already confirmed that the Nothing Phone 2 will come with a flagship Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset, Spectra 570 image signal processor (ISP), and a transparent Type-C cable. Other rumoured specifications of the upcoming launch include.
- 6.7-inch 120Hz AMOLED display with a FHD+ resolution.
- 8GB/ 12GB RAM, 128GB/ 256GB storage.
- 50MP main camera and 50MP ultra-wide camera.
- 32MP front camera.
- 4,700mAh battery with 33W fast charging support.
- Android 13-based Nothing OS 2.0 out of the box.
- In-display fingerprint scanner, dual speakers, etc.