Nothing Phone 2 renders showcases new rear lighting design

Looks like we'll get cooler light features this time around

Nothing is getting ready to launch its Nothing Phone 2, but before the launch, the Phone 2 OnLeaks and SmartPrix have leaked renders online. These renders have been created based on live pictures of a testing stage unit.

Some of the updates include a new Lightning Design, which has been updated around the camera module, and adds a fresher new look to the device.

The handset also offers a slightly curved 2.5D design on the back, making the phone feel more ergonomic. The front also has 2.5D glass to offer a more seamless viewing experience. Further, there’s a rounded frame to add to the ergonomics and matches what other handset manufacturers have been doing nowadays.

There’s also a new dual LED flash to improve lighting in low-light photography.

Further, there’s an enhanced wireless charging light. It’s changed from a long light strip to small strips of light. It seems that this will allow for a unique and personalized look to create cool light features around the wireless charging area.

The Nothing Phone 2 is rumoured to feature 8GB of RAM, up to 256GB of storage and 4,700mAh battery.

We know that the Nothing Phone 2 will launch in July with a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor. Nothing CEO Carl Pei has previously announced this information.

Image Credit: OnLeaks

Source: SmartPrix, OnLeaks