Unveiling the latest creation from the enigmatic realm of “Nothing,” we delve into the world of technological marvels crafted by Carl Pei, the esteemed co-founder of OnePlus. Behold the remarkable Nothing Phone 2, a testament to elegance and innovation, following in the footsteps of its highly acclaimed predecessor, the Nothing Phone 1, renowned for its unique design and enigmatic Glyph interface.

Nothing unveiled its highly expected Phone 2 on July 11th, 2023, and made it available for purchase yesterday.

In two captivating colors (gray and white) the Nothing Phone 2 exudes sophistication; Embracing the power of choice, it offers two substantial storage options, 256GB and 512GB, complemented by a staggering 12GB of RAM. With the convenience of dual SIM support (Nano-SIM, dual stand-by), the device emerges unlocked, ready to embrace seamless connectivity.

At its core lies the formidable Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor, accompanied by the Adreno 730 GPU, creating a captivating display experience on the 6.7-inch OLED screen with a 1080 x 2412 pixels resolution. Unparalleled fluidity is ensured by the 120Hz refresh rate, shielded by Flexible Corning Gorilla protection. Picture-perfect moments come to life through its 32MP front camera and dual 50MP rear cameras, boasting OIS, ultra-wide lens, 4K@60 FPS Stabilizer video, Live HDR, and Night Mode capabilities.

Keeping pace with the future, it offers 5G support, Wi-Fi 6, NFC, and Bluetooth 5.3. Security and convenience intertwine with an in-screen fingerprint reader and an array of sensors, including an accelerometer, proximity, gyroscope, and compass. Ensuring precise navigation, it boasts comprehensive GPS support, combining GPS, Glonass, Galileo, and NavIc.

A robust 4,700 mAh battery fuels its life force, accompanied by the perks of 45W wired charging, 15W Qi wireless charging, and 5W reverse charging. Compact yet substantial, it measures 162.1 x 76.4 x 8.6 (mm) and weighs 203g.


Running Android 13 out-of-the-box, the Nothing Phone 2 embraces the enigmatic Glyph interface, promising an immersive digital journey. The allure deepens with the “Essential Glyph Notifications,” transforming a light bar into a vigilant beacon for chosen contacts or applications, illuminating the path to crucial alerts. Adding to the intrigue, the “Glyph Composer” empowers users to compose custom ringtones complemented by mesmerizing light effects, creating an enchanting symphony of personal expression.

Three years of major Android updates

Loyal to its lineage, the Nothing Phone 2 pledges unwavering support, offering three years of major Android updates and four years of vital security updates, safeguarding its users’ digital sanctuaries.

An epitome of craftsmanship and cutting-edge features, the Nothing Phone 2 stands tall as the ultimate choice for those seeking unparalleled elegance and uncompromising quality in the enigmatic world of smartphones.


  • 6.7-inch LTPO OLED Display with Full HD+ Resolution
  • Hole-punch design and 1 to 120Hz refresh rate
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 Platform
  • Adreno 730 GPU
  • 8GB or 12GB of RAM
  • 128GB, 256GB, or 512GB of Internal Storage
  • Front Camera: 32MP
  • Dual Rear Cameras:
  • Connectivity: 5G, Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.3, NFC, and USB-C
  • Under-Screen Fingerprint Reader
  • IP54 Certified for Dust and Water Resistance
  • 4,700mAh Battery with Fast Charging
    • 45W Wired Charging
    • 15W Wireless Charging
    • 5W Reverse Charging
  • Operating System: Android 13 with Nothing OS 2
  • Dimensions: 6.38 x 3.01 x 0.34 in (162.1 x 76.4 x 8.6 mm)
  • Weight: (201 grams)

Availability & Price

The phone is available online since yesterday (July 17th), with a starting price of $599, featuring 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage; For those requiring additional space, the 12GB RAM and 256GB storage models are available at $699. For those seeking the pinnacle of performance and ample storage, the top-of-the-line variant, equipped with 12GB of RAM and 512GB of internal storage, is priced at $799.

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