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  • Writer's pictureClement Francis

Nothing Phone (2) :

The Nothing Phone (2) was recently announced in India and its first sale will take place in India on July 21.

  • The Nothing Phone (2) features a flagship-grade chipset under the hood. It is using last year's Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC, which is fast and powered many expensive phones in the recent past.

  • With the Nothing phone, you are getting a premium glass back design and a cool Glyph backlight interface at the back. You can set the led lights and a certain sound for some smartphone functions such as notifications. This one has a bit of a boxy design and is lightweight. The screen is pretty bright in harsh sunlight and the colours are also punchy. The Nothing Phone (2) has an LTPO panel and so the refresh rate automatically gets adjusted between 10Hz and 120Hz. One of the plus points of the Nothing phone is support for an IP54 rating for dust and splash resistance, which would be helpful in the rainy season. The device features a 6.7-inch HDR 10+ display.

  • Under well-lit conditions, the primary camera can offer good quality images with enough details, sharpness, and vibrancy. The dynamic range is seemingly good in most situations when there is ample light in a scene. However, the image quality slightly declines when using the ultrawide camera, although the portrait shots remain decent. For a better camera experience, people can consider buying the Pixel 7a.

  • The 5G phone has long-term software support. Nothing has confirmed that the latest Phone (2) smartphone will get three years of major Android OS upgrades and four years of security patches. The device is currently running on Android 13 OS out of the box. Google is yet to release Android 14 OS and so, the Nothing phone is running the latest Android operating system.

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