Nothing Phone 2 is coming with new Glyph Ringtones
Nothing is collaborating with the music band Swedish House Mafia to bring customized glyph sound packs with Nothing Phone 2.
Nothing is all set to release its next smartphone, the Nothing Phone 2, next month. A date is already set, and the phone is already generating enough excitement.
Carl Pei continues his aggressive marketing and hyping the smartphone even more with frequent teases leading up to the release date.
This time, the brand has revealed its brand new Glyph Composer feature for the upcoming smartphone via Twitter.
The New Glyph Composer for Nothing Phone 2
Nothing has shared a video of its new Glyph Composer feature allowing users to create their own “Glyph Ringtone.”
The new ringtones will sync with the Glyph lighting on the back of the smartphone. It is similar to the features on the Nokia 3220.
Nothing is collaborating with the famed music group Swedish House Mafia for a sound pack. Users will be able to create eight or ten customized ringtones based on the music group’s sounds.
However, the company will offer more sound packs if users are looking for something different.
The video also showed the back of the Nothing Phone 2. At least the Glyph light design was completely visible and slightly different from its predecessor.
This time the Glyph lighting has multiple smaller individual parts, which allows more control over the lighting effects.
Nothing has also confirmed that the new Glyph Composer feature will be made available to the Nothing Phone 1 later the same month.
Nothing Phone 2 is all set to launch on 11th July with a Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 chipset, 4,700mAh battery, and an overall better experience.
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