Despite his youth, Nothing could become a reference in the smartphone market, and the already nearby Nothing Phone (2) aims to maintain the level we’ve seen from previous devices from a brand that already has more than a significant following. Since the birth of Nothing, it’s more than obvious that Carl Pei (its founder) knows how to get the most out of his learnings as a co-founder of OnePlus, another tech company that knew how to grow very quickly. in numbers and in prestige.
We must remember that despite some problems with its first smartphone, the Nothing Phone (1) was a success, to which it also contributed more than significantly that Nic did not resort to any marketing and sales techniques specially designed to generate more interest, such as only 100 units for sale on the first day on the market. Given the experience, the company decided to bet on the annual renewal of its smartphone.
So, we expect the launch of Nothing Phone (2) for the month of July And as always happens in these cases, as the date approaches, the number of rumors and leaks that tell us what to expect accelerates. A few months ago, we already gathered enough information to make a lot of progress about the as-yet-unreleased phone (2), and about a month ago, what was intended to be the first image, render, of the device leaked.
well today Two new images have leaked, as well as renders of the Nothing phone (2), which would confirm the design which was already indicated in the previous one and which add interesting information to it. If you remember the first picture, the back was shown, but the camera slot was empty. This time, however, it is shown and tells us that Nothing has opted for a dual-element design for the main camera. And with regard to the front, we can see that it is located after the perforation in the upper left part of the screen. In other words, despite some rumors going the other way, the design of the phone (1) is finally repeating itself.
On the other hand, it reveals to us a set of four renders shown in two images more rounded design with an aluminum outline which resembles the iPhone 11 in shape. This change may be due to the fact that the increase in the size of its screen, which is supposed to be 6.7 inches, requires the design of the device to be somewhat ergonomic.
Source: Muy Computer
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