Nothing’s next big flagship phone is on its way, and there’s been no shortage of teasers to get fans excited for the company’s upcoming Phone (2). Following yesterday’s design preview, a few more photos showing the Phone 2’s design have shown up online.
The images – courtesy of noted tech informant Evan Blass – show the Nothing Phone 2 in its black and white variants, in addition to the front of the phone. Based on the renders, the phone will come with a design that’s generally similar to the Phone 1, although it will be slightly larger this time around, with differences in the LED notification system. Additionally, the hole punch camera on the screen has now been moved to the center, as opposed to the corner from last time.
While we still have to get the full specs sheet on the nothing Phone 2, there have been some tidbits about the device in the past few weeks. it’s expected that the Phone 2 will come with a larger battery compared to its predecessor, and will come with support for three years of Android software updates. There’s also a more powerful Qualcomm chip onboard versus the 7-series SoC from last year.
The device is set to be revealed via an official launch event, which you can tune into online. Users can watch the Nothing Phone 2’s livestream reveal via the nothing.tech/pages/event and on YouTube on Tuesday 11 July, 17:00 CEST/11:00 AM ET/8:00 AM PT.