The London-based group known as Nothing will release its Phone (2) device in less than a month, and its possible specs are pretty interesting. The forthcoming smartphone will most probably rely on the powers of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor, while 4K video recording will also be there.
As for the previous Nothing Phone (1) that came out last year in July, that device also carries some impressive specs. It sports an OLED display of 120Hz that features HDR10+, the Snapdragon 778 chipset, and more. The phone costs around 350 euros, and guess what? Its successor, the upcoming Nothing Phone (2), will most probably cost even more.
How much will Nothing Phone (2) cost?
NextPit has discovered that the 8/256GB version of the Nothing Phone (2) will be sold for 729 euros in France. Those willing to grab the version with 12GB of RAM and 512GB of storage, on the other hand, will have to pay 849 euros. It’s obvious, judging by the new information, that the forthcoming Phone (2) of Nothing will cost significantly more than its predecessor. Furthermore, the 12/512GB version will cost almost double the amount of how much Nothing demanded for its Phone (1) device that came out last year.
It’s still unknown whether the Nothing Phone (2) prices will be much different for other countries, such as the USA, once the device launches officially. We’ll hopefully get a response to that mystery soon enough!
The information that Nothing Phone (2) will cost more than the first Nothing Phone is also a hint that we can definitely expect better features from the forthcoming device. In other words, we can expect a better processor, which will likely be the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 or even the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2. We can also expect to see an AMOLED or Super AMOLED display, 4K video recording capabilities, and more.
However, only time will tell for sure what to expect from the upcoming Nothing Phone (2), so stay tuned for more news on the subject!