Nothing Phone (2) global launch is near – gets another certification

Nothing Phone (2) Renders Leaked
Leaked Render of Nothing Phone (2)

The Nothing Phone 2, the successor to the transparent Nothing Phone 1, has been generating a lot of buzz lately. The company’s CEO, Carl Pei, has been dropping hints about the upcoming smartphone, and now we have more info about the phone’s launch and features. Nothing is preparing for the upcoming release of the Nothing Phone (2), which will be launched globally in July 2023. Nothing Phone (2) has received radio wave certification from NRRA (National Radio Research Agency) in South Korea and was previously certified by BIS in India.

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Certification Listing

The Nothing Phone 2 has been spotted in a certification listing, which suggests that the phone could launch sooner than later. According to 91Mobiles, the model number of the Nothing Phone 2 appeared on the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) certification website, marking the first time the device has appeared in any certification database. This is a good sign for those eagerly awaiting the phone’s release.

NRRA Certification

The Nothing Phone 2 has also received NRRA certification in Korea, confirming that the phone will be launched globally in July 2023. This is in line with the company’s CEO’s announcement that the phone will launch in the US and other global markets in July 2023. According to Carl Pei, after hitting the U.S., this device will launch in other countries later.

Launch Date

The official global launch date for this mobile phone, the Nothing Phone 2 is July 2023. This is from the official statement of the company CEO, Carl Pei. US customers will be able to get or pre-order the mid-range phone in July, along with other global markets. This is in line with previous reports that the phone would launch later this year.

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US Release

Nothing CEO and co-founder Carl Pei has confirmed that the company will make a significant push into the US with its next flagship Android phone, the Phone (2), launching later this year. The company has made the US market its top priority in 2023, and the Nothing Phone 2 will be officially making its way to the United States. This is good news for US customers who were disappointed that the Nothing Phone 1 didn’t get an official US release.

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Rumoured specs so far

Design and Display

The Nothing Phone 2 is expected to have a slightly less transparent design than its predecessor, the Nothing Phone 1. It will likely have a transparent back and the glyph lighting that was a defining feature of the Phone 1 will make a return. So far, only a white model has been teased. So it is unclear if a black version will also be available. The phone is expected to have a 120Hz adaptive AMOLED display.

Nothing Phone (2)


The Nothing Phone 2 will be powered by a new Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 Chipset. This is a 4nm chipset that sits between the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 and the Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 2. It will also come with 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. The phone is set to have a 5,000 mAh battery.


At the moment, there is no official word on the camera specs of the Nothing Phone 2. However, leaks suggest that it will have a triple camera setup with 50MP sensors on the rear. The Nothing Phone 1’s cameras were underwhelming. So we hope that the Phone 2 will offer a significant upgrade in this department.

Nothing OS

The Nothing Phone 2 will run on the Nothing OS 1.5.3, which is based on Android 13. The Nothing OS is also a clean and simple operating system that is designed to be easy to use.


The Nothing Phone 2 will feature a 4,700mAh battery, an upgrade from the predecessor’s 4,500mAh unit. This is contrary to past rumours that mentioned a 5,000mAh battery being on board the Nothing Phone 2.

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