Nothing Phone (2) Starts at $599, and You Can Get One Starting July 13

The Nothing 2 Phone is official. After slowly sharing details, today, Nothing announced that Phone 2 will start at $599 USD. You can preorder Phone (2) starting today, but they will have a Nothing Kiosk in different cities that will allow you to buy the Nothing Phone (2) and Ear 2 (earbuds).

Fans of the Nothing Phone 1 will be excited about the second-gen version phone as it’s a similar build to the first. It has a 6.7-inch OLED display. It’s powered by a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chip, and Phone (2) introduces the new Glyph Interface at the back, enabling users to minimize screen interactions by accessing key information at a glance.

When it comes to power, the Phone 2 has a 4,700 mAh battery and can charge at up to 45W.

Nothing’s Phone (2) is available from $599 from in white and dark gray.  Fans users will have the chance to be amongst the first in the world to purchase Phone (2) in advance of open sales via “Nothing Drops” in Manhattan on July 13. Full details are below:

  • Nothing Kiosk – July 13 at 69 Gansevoort St., New York, NY 10014 from 7-10 pm ET – limited quantities of Phone (2), Ear (2) and Ear (Stick) will be available
  • To celebrate Nothing’s entry into the US market, a special $50 (USD) off will be applied to select Phone (2) models purchased at the Nothing Kiosk, while supplies last

The $599 version gets you 8GB RAM with 128GB storage. Going up to $699 gets you 12GB RAM with 256GB storage. And finally for 12GB and 512GB Storage, it will cost you $799

Iconic Design
Nothing has meticulously engineered Phone (2) with obsessive attention to detail, delivering a
refined version of its first-generation smartphone, Phone (1). Phone (2) showcases enhanced
aesthetics, achieved through a harmonized and symmetrical design approach that carefully
considers the shapes, colors, positioning, and texture of each component. Additionally, the
device provides a more ergonomic hands-on experience with a 1 mm thinner midframe and a
pillowed glass back.

New Glyph Interface
A keystone of Nothing smartphone design, the Glyph Interface was designed to encourage
users to be more present in their everyday life, by providing essential information without the
the constant need to look at the screen. Additionally, users have the ability to assign personalized
light and sound sequences to contacts and apps, allowing them to stay one step ahead of
incoming notifications.
Nothing has enhanced its signature Glyph Interface on Phone (2) by increasing the number of
LED segments to allow for greater customizability and functionality. The Glyph Interface can
now serve as a visual countdown and progress tracker for ride or delivery services. It also offers
additional functionalities such as a volume checker, and timer. With Essential Glyph
Notifications, users can stay focused without missing what matters the most. When receiving a
notification from selected contacts or apps, the top-right LED segment will remain on until it has
been addressed.
Through the new Glyph Composer, users can personalize their experience further by creating
their own unique Glyph Ringtones.

Nothing OS 2.0
Driven by a desire to reduce distractions and encourage intentional smartphone use, Nothing
OS delivers a fast and smooth user experience rooted in utility, while embodying Nothing’s
design aesthetics.

With a new monochrome layout and the possibility to remove app labels, Nothing OS 2.0 allows
users to be more intentional when navigating their device by removing cues that have been
optimized to grab attention. Nothing has reimagined home and lock screen utility with widgets
so users can access key functions without having to even open their apps. Nothing OS 2.0
empowers users to customize grid design, widget size, and color themes while introducing new
folder layouts and illustrated covers.

Committed to providing a fast and smooth user experience first and foremost, Nothing has
optimized its software, making app opening speed on Phone (2) up to twice as fast as that of
Phone (1), while refining over 500 transitions and animations.

Powerful Camera Upgrades
Phone (2) offers Nothing’s most premium smartphone camera experience to date, featuring a 32
MP front camera, and a dual rear camera system that has two advanced 50 MP sensors, with a
main sensor upgraded to the Sony IMX890.

Equipped with an advanced 18-bit Image Signal Processor (ISP), Phone (2) has the ability to
process camera data up to 4,000 times more than its predecessor, Phone (1). This empowers
Phone (2) to leverage cutting-edge algorithms, resulting in incredible levels of accuracy for both
photos and videos. Capturing three times more data than before, the new Advanced HDR
algorithm takes eight frames with varying exposure levels within the RAW domain of the sensor.
This enables it to preserve an abundance of intricate details in each frame, ultimately merging
them to produce a final image that captures the most true-to-life result. To further enhance the
camera experience, Motion Capture 2.0, an advanced AI-based technology, facilitates real-time
identification of moving subjects to ensure precise focus on all crucial details in a frame.
Phone (2) elevates video recording capabilities with stunning 4K resolution at 60fps on the main
rear camera. The experience is further enhanced by Action Mode, ensuring seamless filming
even while on the move. With built-in EIS (Electronic Image Stabilization) and OIS (Optical
Image Stabilization), users can expect flawlessly smooth results. Additionally, the front camera
enables captivating self-recording in immersive 1080P at 60fps.
Premium Performance
Phone (2) delivers an entirely elevated experience. Packed with the Snapdragon® 8+ Gen 1
Mobile Platform and 4700 mAh battery, Phone (2) delivers fast performance and lasting
battery life to power users through their everyday lives. Users can charge fast and wirelessly,
reaching 50% power in just under 20 minutes of fast wired charging.
Featuring Nothing’s most premium smartphone display to date, Phone (2) offers an
edge-to-edge 6.7-inch LTPO OLED display with an adaptive refresh rate from 120hz to 1z to
ensure optimal power consumption and peak performance without compromising on battery