Nothing Phone 2 Finally Has a Launch Date

Nothing Telephone 2, the subsequent model of Nothing’s telephone, will launch July 11, the company said in a teaser posted Tuesday on Twitter. The teaser invitations folks to “come to the intense facet” and factors to Nothing’s web site.

The Nothing Telephone 2 is predicted to be a extra high-end telephone than the primary model. Nothing has already confirmed it’s going to embrace Qualcomm’s flagship Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset.

The telephone model, which was launched by OnePlus founder Carl Pei in 2020, is comparatively new to the market however has already gained consideration for its inexpensive worth and design. Pei tweeted Tuesday that the subsequent working system, Nothing OS 2.0, may even be launching to Nothing Telephone 1 customers by the top of August.

CNET’s Andrew Lanxon admired the Nothing Telephone 1, a 5G machine, for its “distinctive, flashy design” and “stable processor and digital camera efficiency.”

On the Nothing 1’s £399 worth level, Lanxon mentioned, “It is a low worth, however what you get is a telephone that seems like a premium product.”

Will the Nothing Telephone 2 be accessible within the US?

In contrast to its predecessor, the Telephone 2 will launch within the US alongside its launch within the UK and Europe. There isn’t any phrase but on what worth level it is going to be provided at, or whether or not you’ll get the telephone via a provider.

Whereas the Nothing 1 didn’t launch within the US, you will get your palms on a beta of the corporate’s first telephone for $299. Nonetheless, CNET’s Mike Sorrentino mentioned that simply because you’ll be able to, doesn’t suggest it is best to. The telephone primarily helps 4G, limiting provider compatibility, and a few apps could not perform correctly with the beta.

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