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New Nothing Phone 2 leak reveals camera and display specs 

Another early morning Nothing Phone 2 leak reveals device’s camera and display specs.

Nothing phone marketing renders

In the most recent Nothing Phone 2 leak, a few marketing images of the upcoming smartphone were revealed, providing a closer look at its design, but no actual information of significance was shared, well, at least from the company.

While these images were somewhat disappointing as they didn’t reveal much, a recent leak in the early morning brought some comfort.

Nothing Phone 2 camera and display specs leak

Reliable tipster Kamila Wojciechowska posted a Twitter thread sharing details about the phone 2, specifically regarding the camera and the display.

According to Wojciechowska, Nothing Phone 2 will sport a 50 MP Sony IMX890 sensor, the same as the OnePlus 11. In contrast, its predecessor, the Nothing Phone 1, utilized a 50 MP Sony IMX766 wide-angle sensor. 

The primary camera will be paired with a 50MP Samsung JN1 ultrawide, similar to the setup seen in the Nothing Phone 1. The leak also reveals the Phone 2 will house a 32MP Sony IMX615 front camera with “revamped processing.”

Moving on to the display, the Phone 2 will boast a 6.72-inch AMOLED panel from Visionox. The screen reportedly has a resolution of 1080×2412 pixels and a refresh rate of 120Hz.

Allegedly, the panel supports low-powered modes at 1Hz, 10Hz, 24Hz, and 30Hz.

The hand holds a white cell phone.

Lastly, the leaker wrapped up the Twitter thread by sharing Nothing Phone 2 wallpapers and mentioning that the smartphone will include an optical fingerprint sensor from Goodix.

In addition to these confirmed details, we know that the Nothing Phone 2 will come with the Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 chipset. Speculations suggest it will have a minimum of 12GB of memory and a slightly larger battery capacity of 4,700 mAh.

Excitingly, this time around, the device is set to make its debut in the United States.

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