UK based company Nothing can soon launch its second smartphone in the Indian market. Nothing Phone 2 has been spotted in the certification of Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS). It is expected that this smartphone will be launched in the country soon. No official information has been shared by the company about it yet.
According to media reports, the Nothing Phone 2 handset with model number AIN065 has been listed on the BIS website. However, no feature of the device has been revealed in the listing.
At the recently held Mobile World Congress (MWC), Nothing CEO Carl Pei had told that the Nothing Phone 2 will come with a Snapdragon 8-series processor. It is believed that the company can launch it at Rs 39,990.
Carl Pei said that the Nothing Phone 2 will be 'more premium' than the existing Nothing smartphone. This time the company will put more emphasis on improving the software experience. For which more employees have been hired.
It is being told in some media reports that the company will launch this smartphone in a single variant with 12 GB RAM. In which 256 storage option will be given. Along with this, a 5,000 mAh battery can be given in it.
The company will launch Nothing Phone 2 as the successor of Nothing Phone 1. Nothing Phone 1 was launched by the company in 3 variants, which includes 128 GB and 256 GB storage variants with 8 GB RAM. Along with this, there is an option to buy Nothing Phone 1 with 12 GB RAM and 256 GB storage. At the same time, two cameras of 50-50 megapixels have been given in it for photography and a camera of 16 megapixels has been given for selfie.