Nothing Phone (2), which will be the successor to Phone (1), is set to launch in July, as confirmed by CEO Carl Pei in an interview. It will feature a larger 4700 mAh battery and Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC.News 

Nothing Phone (2) set for launch in July with a bigger battery and Snapdragon 8+ gen 1, CEO Carl Pei confirms

None of the phone (2), which is a lot of a hyped (1) follower, is to be launched in July, as CEO Carl Pei confirmed in the interview.

Previously, some concrete data had already been confirmed from the device, including chipset – Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ gen 1. Carl Pei has now revealed that the device is equipped with a 4700 mAh battery, exceeding the 4500 mAh battery cell’s 4,500 mAh battery cell.Phone (1).

With regard to aesthetics and design, there is currently very little known about the device, except for the short -term teaser, which the company has published earlier this year. It is clear that nothing on the phone (2) is a model that resembles a Nothing Phone (1) – showing a probable transparent rear panel, decorated with a signature of the glyph Lighting interface that received attention to the first phone.

The company’s bully also revealed the Red LED indicator at the back of the indicator and the presence of a mysterious clutch, although it is still known whether the switch serves functional purpose or purely promoting the aesthetics of the device.

It is expected that the company will gradually publish more information as small additions to produce hype and tension among potential buyers and the technology community – a strategy that is successfully used during the launch of the original Nothing Phone (1).

None of the phone (2) is also expected to be updated cameras that continue to heal with their predecessors.

However, there is currently limited information about pricing in India. However, in view of the Snapdragon 8+ gen 1 chipset, the price increase is likely to be included in the price range of 35,000 – 40,000 RS, which is also a competing OnePlus 11R.

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