Nothing Phone 2 upgrade include bigger battery along with future flagship chipset
With the Nothing Phone 2 arriving in the US later this year, co-founder and CEO Carl Pei has already given us a lot to consider, even claiming that it would have a “premium” edge over the Nothing Phone 1. Recent research makes an effort to clarify how expensive this new technology might be.
According to a reputable tipster on MySmartPrice, the Nothing Phone 2 will have some yet-to-be-announced features, including:
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 series chipset
- a slightly larger battery than the Nothing Phone 1 (5,000 mAh vs. 4,500 mAh).
- 12GB of RAM
- 256GB of internal storage (the maximum memory configuration of the Nothing Phone 1)
The 60Hz lower restriction on the first-generation gadget makes it unclear whether the 120Hz AMOLED display’s refresh rate adaptivity will be expanded.
Virtual RAM, which is the process of making a section of your storage disc behave like RAM, will be available on the Nothing Phone 2.
A product launch is anticipated to occur sometime in this year’s third quarter (the Nothing Phone 1 was announced in mid-July last year). You might be successful in seeking up its model number, A065, if you’re curious about digging up dirt in the interim. Also, we’re interested to see if Carl has any additional Pokemon to put into some Easter eggs this year.
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