phone (2)

Phone (2)

Uniquely designed Nothing OS 2.0

New Glyph Interface

50 MP dual rear camera + 32 MP front camera

6.7” flexible LTPO AMOLED display

Snapdragon® 8+ Gen 1

Colour: Dark Grey
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In the box

Nothing Phone (2)
Cable (c-c)
Safety information and warranty card
Screen protector (pre-applied)
SIM tray ejector

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Customer Reviews

Based on 430 reviews
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S. B.
Contactless payments on London tube are joke

Enjoying the phone but would like many more features that what is given so far. Based on Carl's reaction to reviews, there should be more features being released over time - really looking forward that.

However the biggest pain is the google pay - sometimes I stand for two minutes trying to make the contactless tap work on London tube station entry gates. I wonder why it is so bad. It always creates stress for me in peak hours and is a very big obstacle to enjoyment of the phone. I took the max feature version and basically paid 700 quid for a phone that cannot even tap contactless on tube as well as a 200 quid Xiaomi would. I tried all troubleshootings possible that are available on net, but no good. Given I am standing in peak hour London with a phone not allowing me to go through the gate - do you realise the geometric increase in probability of getting robbed of the phone? This is ridiculous guys.

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Graeme Longstaff
Nothing is everything

I'm not really a massive smart phone geek but had been with that fruit based other system for years and years. Their apathy to push the handset design forward opened a door to allow someone to catch my eye. And nothing certainly did, been watching them since their launch and when my phone came out of contract I hung on for phone 2.

The phone works just like you'd expect a smart phone too...there's little nuances between both operating systems but android is much much better now days.

And the one nice thing was it made me only take over stuff I wanted too rather than the lazy transfer everything over to your new phone.

Love the design. Love what nothing are doing. Next up I need some nothing ear phones as the design on them are 👌

Keep rocking nothing. This is just the start 👊❤️

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John Glover
New User on the nothing brand

I have just moved across from one plus to the Nothing Phone and chose the Nothing Phone 2 and the phones seems to be very quick when using it, streams video and music smoothly, phone signal seems to be very good. Volume on the phone seems to be good one all, only down fall is not being able to change the notifcation sounds on different apps, the lights on the back seems to be a good idea and handy when phone face down, charge on the phone is very quick and the battery seems to last a good long time for heavy business use

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Felix
Love it so far

The phone is great so far. Really high quality product. Feels nice to the touch, smooth and good battery. Nothing to fault other than some Android specific features that Google has brought to the table which are slowly making all android phones worse.
Please Nothing, can you add a quick toogle for adaptive brightness. Please!

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Paul Withington
Great Phone

Responsive OS, good battery. Switched from S23 plus and I'm not looking back.