With the Nothing Phone 2 coming to the US later this year, co-founder and CEO Carl Pei has already given us a lot to think about. He even said that it will have a “premium” advantage over the Nothing Phone 1. A new report is now trying to explain how expensive this new device might be.
The Nothing Phone 2 will be equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 series chipset that has not yet been announced (if you’re asking us, it might be the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 2), a battery that is slightly larger than that of the Nothing Phone 1 (5,000mAh vs. 4,500mAh), 12GB of RAM, and 256GB of internal storage this was the Nothing Phone 1’s maximum memory configuration.
The 120Hz AMOLED display also keeps its adaptability to different refresh rates, but it’s not clear if that ability will be expanded given that the first-generation device only supports 60Hz.
The Nothing Phone 2 will have virtual RAM, which allows you to use a portion of your storage disk as RAM. Regarding Samsung’s implementation of RAM Plus, our article provides a more in-depth explanation as well as some ideas.
The Nothing Phone 1 was announced in mid-July last year, so we may see a product launch in the third quarter of this year. If you want to dig up some dirt while you wait, you might be able to find its model number, A065. Also, we want to know if Carl has any more Pokemon that he can stuff into Easter eggs this time.