Nothing Phone (2): Price, features, availability

Onur Demirkol
Jul 12, 2023
Mobile Computing

Many Android users from all around the world have been waiting for the official Nothing Phone (2) announcement, and that day finally came. The company revealed its second smartphone's features, price, and availability.

Nothing's second smartphone was teased and leaked a couple of times in the past couple of months by some of the trusted insiders and leakers. Nothing finally broke its silence and revealed the phone officially. The company shared important details about Nothing Phone (2).

On July 11, 2023, nothing showed the Phone 2. However, as part of a protracted hype campaign, we saw much of the phone from Nothing itself weeks before the official announcement. However, we still had no idea about its price.

nothing phone 2
Nothing Phone 2

Nothing Phone 2 Specs

A 6.7-inch LTPO OLED panel with FHD+ resolution and a refresh rate of 1-120Hz will be provided with Nothing Phone (2). A 32MP front-facing camera with a Sony IMX615 sensor and capability for 1080p video recording at 60 frames per second is housed in the center of the punch hole cutout.

The 50MP Sony IMX890 sensor in the back's primary camera now has OIS and EIS image stabilization, as well as enhanced HDR and Motion Capture settings. The 50MP ultrawide cam has Advanced HDR features in addition to using the same Samsung JN1 sensor as its predecessor.

The SD 778G+ chipset from Phone (1) has been replaced by a Snapdragon 8 + Gen 1 chipset in Phone 2. The battery capacity has increased to 4,700 mAh, and cable charging has been increased to 45W, while wireless charging is still just 15W. Nothing OS 2.0, which is based on Android 13 and adds new widgets, theme colors, folder layouts, and illustrated covers, takes care of the software front.

Nothing Phone 2
Nothing Phone 2

Availability and Price

With 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage, the base model starts at $599. Now that we have the starting pricing for the Nothing Phone 2, we can compare prices. The 12/256GB variant costs $699 if you need extra space to expand. For $799, those with larger budgets can purchase the top-of-the-line model with 12GB of RAM and 512GB of internal storage. This is the price for the US.

Beginning on July 11, anyone may pre-order the Nothing Phone 2 worldwide, just like in the US. On July 17, general accessibility will start. The base 8/128GB model will cost $929 CAD in Canada. The least expensive 12/256GB model will cost CAD $999, and the most expensive 12/512GB model will cost CAD $1,099 each.

The price of the 8/128GB, 12/256GB, and 12/512GB models of the Nothing Phone 2 in the UK is £579, £629, and £699, respectively. The price of the Nothing Phone 2 in various parts of Europe ranges from €679 for the 8/128GB model to €729 for the 12/256GB model to €849 for the top-of-the-line 12/512GB model.

Here is everything about Nothing Phone (2)

Differences with Phone (1)

Nothing Phone (2) might appear to be the same as Phone (1), but the new model has a rounded rear that makes it more comfortable to hold. Additionally, the Glyph interface was updated, and it now has 11 segmented LED strips and 33 total LED illumination zones. It presents fresh applications for alerts, like volume control and timer indicators.

For Essential Glyph notifications, you may assign particular apps to the top left LED, which will remain lit until you delete the item from your notification settings. Nothing is also making its Glyph interface SDK and API available to developers, so in the future, we'll probably see even more creative use cases.


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  1. Rush said on August 28, 2023 at 9:50 pm

    If Nothing OS is nothing more that an overlay with Google still in the midst….then I ain’t interested.

    1. Seeprime said on September 12, 2023 at 4:12 pm

      Another unrelated comment older than the article. Pathetic.

      1. Robenroute said on September 13, 2023 at 9:06 am

        it is becoming mindbogglingly annoying indeed…

  2. ThisIsTheWayTheGhacksEnds said on September 13, 2023 at 9:09 am


    Apple was forced to add USB-C to a phone and the maccultists start talking about “revolution” and “paradigm shift” (as if USB phones had never come out before). It’s so ridiculous it’s reminiscent of comedians doing the “stepped on a water hose” stunt – that was at least somehow funny a hundred years ago.
    Reading this on a site that used to be a technical resource is especially ridiculous.
    How pathetic

  3. Anonymous said on September 14, 2023 at 4:28 pm

    “An iPhone 15 with a USB-C port will mean more than you think”

    That Apple can finally stop hindering progress if spanked hard enough ?

  4. Alex Hales said on September 21, 2023 at 12:51 am

    I’m thrilled to see Instagram taking steps to enhance the user experience with features like Live Activities. This update is a game-changer, especially for those who frequently upload content on the platform.

    The ability to track upload progress in the background is a simple yet incredibly useful addition. It not only keeps users informed about the status of their uploads but also allows for a more seamless experience on the platform. No more constantly checking if your post has successfully uploaded or worrying about interrupted uploads due to a weak signal.

    As an active Instagram user, this feature is a relief. It showcases Instagram’s commitment to improving user satisfaction and addressing common pain points. It’s all about making the platform more user-friendly, and this feature certainly accomplishes that.

    I can’t wait to try out Live Activities and enjoy a stress-free posting experience. Kudos to Instagram for continually innovating and making our social media lives easier!

    Keep up the great work, Instagram, and thanks to ghacks for keeping us in the loop with the latest tech updates!

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