Nothing has returned with its highly anticipated second-generation flagship smartphone – the Nothing Phone 2.

Since its launch, recent smartphone startup, Nothing, has been developed and engineered with the intention of making smartphone usage more mindful.

With the Phone 2, the company builds on that ethos by introducing the new glyph interface on the back of the device that enables users to minimise screen interactions by accessing key information at a glance.

Users can refer to individual glyph (symbol) segments for essential information and progress tracking. The glyph lights can be used as a countdown timer, a battery-meter indicator, a volume checker and many other functions.

With a new monochrome layout and the option to remove app labels, the Nothing operating system (OS) 2.0 delivers a fast and smooth user experience rooted in utility. It empowers users to customise grid design, widget size and colour themes, while introducing new folder layouts and illustrated covers.

The device is available in 128GB, 256GB and 512GB storage options and is paired with 8GB or 12GB of RAM. It is powered by the top-of-the-line Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 Mobile Platform and boasts a 4700-mAh battery.

The Phone 2 offers an edge-to-edge 6.7-inch LTPO (lowtemperature polycrystalline oxide) OLED display with adaptive refresh rate from 120Hz to 1Hz to ensure optimal power consumption and peak performance, without compromising on battery life.

The smartphone’s camera features a 32MP front camera, and a dual rear camera system that has two advanced 50MP sensors, with a main sensor upgraded to the Sony IMX890. It also has video recording capabilities of 4K resolution at 60fps on the main rear camera. ✤