- Nothing Phone (2): Flagship device with Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC, 12GB RAM.
- Geekbench scores: Single-core 1253, multi-core 3833; running Android 13/14.
- Imminent release: BIS certified, creating anticipation among tech enthusiasts.
The release of Nothing Phone (2) has created a buzz in the tech world, much like its predecessor, Nothing Phone (1). While Nothing has confirmed a summer 2023 release, recent leaks from a Geekbench listing have shed light on the phone’s potential specifications.
According to the listing, the Nothing Phone (2) is expected to be a flagship device, powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC, codenamed “Taro” which was also used in phones like the Samsung Galaxy S22 series. The phone is rumored to feature 12GB of RAM, although other variants, such as an 8GB model, might also be available.
In the Geekbench test, the theoretical Nothing Phone (2) achieved a single-core score of 1253 and a multi-core score of 3833. It was running Android 13 during the test, but the actual release may come with either Android 13 or 14, depending on the launch timing. Additionally, the phone has obtained Bureau of Indian Standard (BIS) certification, indicating that its launch could be imminent.
The anticipation surrounding the Nothing Phone (2) is reminiscent of its predecessor’s debut, and tech enthusiasts are eagerly awaiting its arrival. With its powerful internals and potential software upgrades, the Nothing Phone (2) has the potential to be a formidable player in the smartphone market.