Nothing, the tech company founded by OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei, has quickly gained traction with its unique design aesthetic and focus on clean software. Its first phone, the Nothing Phone (1), was a hit with its transparent design and lightweight software. Now, all eyes are on the upcoming Nothing Phone (2).

What to Expect from the Nothing Phone (2)

While Nothing hasn’t officially announced much about the Phone (2), various leaks and rumors have painted a picture of what we can expect. Here’s a breakdown of what we know so far:

Release Date:

There’s no official confirmation on the release date, but leaks suggest a launch in early 2024. This would be roughly a year after the launch of the Nothing Phone (1).


The Phone (2) is expected to retain the transparent design that made the Phone (1) stand out. However, leaks suggest some changes, such as a more refined transparent back and potentially a smaller notch.


According to rumors, the Phone (2) will come with:

  • Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor for flagship performance.
  • Up to 12GB of RAM for smooth multitasking.
  • Up to 256GB of storage for ample space for apps and media.
  • A triple camera system with improved sensors and features.
  • A larger battery compared to the Phone (1).
  • Android 14 out of the box with Nothing’s custom software layer.


The Phone (2) is expected to come with the latest version of Android and Nothing’s custom software, which is known for its clean and minimalist design. This software is also expected to have some unique features, such as the Glyphs notification system that uses the Phone (1)’s LED lights to communicate notifications.


There is no official information on the price of the Nothing Phone (2). However, based on the expected specifications, it is likely to be priced slightly higher than the Phone (1), which started at $399.

Overall, the Nothing Phone (2) is shaping up to be a compelling option for those looking for a unique and stylish phone with high-end specifications. With its focus on clean software and user experience, Nothing has the potential to become a major player in the smartphone market.