A cell phone startup named Nothing is attempting to stir things up with their most recent gadget – the Nothing Telephone (2). Ironically, it has a lot of features that make it easier to use your phone less.
The primary thing you’ll see about the Nothing Telephone (2) is the reasonable back board loaded up with Drove lights. You can keep your phone face down while this “Glyph” interface lights up to notify you of incoming calls and messages. The lights likewise serve as a ring light for taking photographs and recordings.
The Phone (2) features retro, minimalist design elements to reduce distractions in addition to its flashy lights. There’s a monochrome mode that eliminates all tone from application symbols.
I am extremely impressed after putting the Nothing Phone (2) through its paces over the past few weeks. It has wonderful measured screen, incredible cleaned up programming, and a camera that takes extraordinary photographs more often than not.
However, there are some drawbacks. There’s no optical long range focal point. eSIM is not supported by it. Outdoors, the screen can be hard to see. Water obstruction isn’t comparable to the most recent iPhone or Samsung.
In general, the Nothing Telephone (2) is one of my number one Android telephones I’ve at any point tried.
The Nothing Phone (2) may be something to think about if you’re looking for a novel new smartphone.
It begins at $599 for a 128-gigabyte model. It is tested to work on AT&T and T-Mobile networks and will be available directly from the company on July 17. Although it has the antennas to work on Verizon’s network, that network is currently not supported.