Nothing Phone (2) Has an Official Launch Date

Nothing Phone (2) Release Date

Judging from the previous teasers from Nothing, it was obvious that Carl Pei would launch the Nothing Phone (2) soon. To be exact, a lot of us anticipated that the device would land sometime next month. Well, the latest announcement from Nothing has just confirmed it. It’s indeed launching next month.

If you are looking for an exact date, the official announcement states that Nothing Phone (2) will launch on July 11. That’s just a day shy of the Nothing Phone (1)’s first birthday. On the note of Phone (1), the upcoming device will launch in the United States this time. So, it will be accessible to more markets than last time.

Confirmed Specs of Nothing Phone (2)

If you missed our previous coverage of the Nothing Phone (2), you might be wondering what you should expect from the upcoming device. Well, The CEO of Nothing, Carl Pei, has shared some specifications for the upcoming device through previous teasers and interviews.

Nothing Phone (2)

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First of all, the Nothing Phone (2) will feature Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1. Carl Pei chose it over the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 because of how stable and optimized the CPU is at this point. Carl also mentioned that the device will pack a slightly larger battery than its predecessor.

Nothing Phone (2) Renders

It will be 4,700mAh in capacity, which should offer better battery life than the Phone (1). In addition, the Phone (2) will run on Nothing OS 2.0, which, according to the brand, will offer a significant overhaul compared to Nothing OS 1. This suggests that the brand will not be compromising in terms of the software experience.

Nothing Phone (2) Renders Leaked

That said, there’s no pricing information available for the Nothing Phone (2). However, it’s worth noting that Nothing Phone (1) launched at $399. And Carl Pei mentioned that the next device will be very competitive. So, the pricing could be lower than the current flagships. But we will have to wait until July 11 to see whether that’s actually the case or not.

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