Nothing Phone (2) coming in late 2023, but suckers in India may have to stay.

Nothing Phone 2
Nothing Phone 2

Carl Pei’s Nothing launched its first smartphone in July 2022. The company is reportedly gearing up to bring the phone’s successor – Nothing Phone (2). agreeing to a report, Nothing may launch the successor phone in late 2023. still, the phone may make its debut in the US first, succeeded by other global inquiries including India.

In an interview with Inverse, Nothing author and CEO Carl Pei said that the company has decided to make the U.S. ours. 1 priority, inferring that the Nothing Phone (2) could be launched in the US first.

“We decided to make the U.S. ours. 1 priority in terms of requests,” Pei says. “We couldn’t do it ahead because we were only in our alternate time and our hands were tied erecting the team as we were erecting the products. Now as we’re on a farther solid ground, we can take a step forward,” he adds.

Talking about the company’s growth, Pei says “We did nearly 10x the profit last time( in 2022 encyclopaedically) assimilated to( 2021). We did further than$ 200 million USD last time; the first time we did existent like$ 24 million USD. We’re growing snappily. We packed over a million products formerly.”

Nothing’s first product – Nothing obedience (1) was introduced in 2021. It was succeeded by the company’s first smartphone – Nothing Phone(1) in 2022. The smartphone is equipped with a6.55- inch Full HD OLED display with a 60Hz to 120 Hz adaptive refresh rate. The screen is HDR10 and comes with a cast of Corning Gorilla Glass 5 on the rear and frontal. Nothing smartphone is powered by a mid-range Qualcomm Snapdragon 778 octa-core processor.

On the battery front, the smartphone is claimed to deliver up to 18 hours of use with every charge, and two days on the buttress. The phone offers pig out demands and is said to charge up from 0 to 50 power in just 30 beats of charge. Power attachments like Nothing observance (1) with 5W hinder charge. The charging coil icon indeed lights up to indicate hindered charging is passing.

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