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The Snapdragon 8-equipped Nothing Phone 2 is on its way to the US.

The only thing to note is that England tech startup Nothing will soon release its second phone. The Nothing Phone 2 will include the most recent Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen and be an even higher-end device than its predecessor. And the US will indeed have access to it.

Nothing does not have a formal presence at Mobile World Congress this year, in contrast to practically every other Android phone manufacturer you can think of. But, Nobody made an unexpected statement at the world’s largest phone exhibition, which began on Monday in Barcelona.

In order to release a statement regarding its eagerly anticipated new handset on Tuesday evening, the business piggybacked on the position of its chipset partner Qualcomm. Having a stand at MWC doesn’t fit our attitude, tweeted Nothing founder Carl Pei the day before.

This year, Qualcomm’s flagship mobile CPU is the new Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset, which includes enhanced AI photography features, more dependable 5G connectivity, and even ray tracing to produce more realistic reflections and shadows in games. The chip, which powers the Samsung Galaxy S23, which was released earlier this month, is anticipated to be seen in many high-end Android phones this year. The Nothing Phone 2 gains some flagship status thanks to its inclusion.

When Pei launched the tech company Nothing in 2020, he did so with years of experience gained while working at OnePlus. His goal was to bring some excitement and fun back to the tech industry. The development of a distinctive design language that combines transparent components with integrated lights has been a key component of the company’s strategy. This design language gives the Nothing Phone 1 and the Nothing Ear 1, which will be released in 2022 and 2021 respectively, a look that distinguishes them from pretty much all other technology currently on the market.

The Phone 1 was described as being just as fun to use by CNET’s Andrew Lanxon in his review of the device. He thought it had an eye-catching, distinctive look and was a good performance at a fair price. The fact that the phone was initially unavailable in the US was one of its drawbacks. As part of a beta program, the international model is now available in the US for $299, however with limited carrier support.

That won’t be the case with the Phone 2, which will be offered in the US, UK, and Europe when it goes on sale at a later date that has not yet been determined. Pricing are still to be determined, but for context, the UK price of the Nothing Phone 1 is £399.



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