The Nothing Phone (2) has been the subject of much speculation and anticipation since its announcement in March. In the days leading up to its July 11th launch, Nothing has been slowly but surely revealing more details about the phone, including a series of press images that were released on July 5th
The new images give us a closer look at the Phone (2)’s design, which features a slightly curved back, a re-organized LED strip array for the Glyph Interface, and a new gray color option. The Glyph Interface is a unique feature of the Phone (2) that allows users to customize the way the phone’s LED lights illuminate. For example, the lights can be used to indicate different notifications, battery levels, or charging status.
The press images also reveal that the Phone (2) will have a centered punch hole cutout for the selfie camera, symmetrical bezels, and a USB-C port. The phone’s rear camera system is still under wraps, but it is rumored to include a 50MP main sensor and a 12MP ultrawide sensor.
Overall, the new press images give us a more complete picture of the Nothing Phone (2). The phone’s design is certainly eye-catching, and the Glyph Interface is a unique and potentially useful feature. We will have to wait until July 11th to see what else the Phone (2) has to offer, but it is shaping up to be a very interesting device.
Via / Source: evleaks(private twitter profile)