Nothing Phone (2) Rendering Leak: Maintains Transparent Back Panel Design, Equipped With A Larger 6.7-inch Display, Improved Grip

Nothing Phone (2) will be released next month, and now @OnLeaks has once again exposed the appearance of this model, let’s take a look together.

This model still continues the transparent back panel of the previous generation, equipped with a larger 6.7-inch display (the original model was 6.55 inches), and is more ergonomic and more comfortable to hold.

The new machine features a round aluminum frame, while the glass panels on the front and back are also slightly curved, similar to a 2.5D design. This is in stark contrast to the Phone (1) (the original model had a straight front and rear screen and more squared-off corners).

This model still uses the Glyph wireless charging coil with a light strip, but it is divided into several small segments. This allows users to have finer control over the system, and it can also be used as a status indicator, notification light, and you can add some cool elements yourself.

This model continues to use the rear dual camera, compared to the previous generation, it seems that only an LED flash has been added.

The right side of this model uses the SIM card slot, while the left side is the volume key and power button, and the bottom includes a USB Type-C interface and a speaker grille. There is no 3.5mm headphone jack.

So #FutureSquad… Here comes your very first look at the much anticipated #NothingPhone2 through stunning 5K renders!… You're welcome…😏

On behalf of @Smartprix 👉🏻

— Steve H.McFly (@OnLeaks) June 5, 2023

Nothing founder Carl Pei has previously revealed the processor and battery of the Nothing Phone (2), as well as some details about the camera and other components, and now Nothing says the new phone will be locally manufactured in India.

According to known information, the Nothing Phone (2) will be equipped with a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chip, equipped with a 4700mAh battery, a 6.7-inch screen, and support for three years of Android major version updates and four years of security updates.

The above is still online news, and everything has yet to be officially announced.

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