Nothing Phone 2 Review | Bigger & Better In Every Way

Reviewing the Nothing Phone 2, a more premium smartphone to take on the Pixel 7 with its upgraded camera tech, gaming prowess and dependable battery life. I’ve been testing the Nothing Phone 2 as my full-time handset this past week so here’s my verdict, and whether it’s worth upgrading from the original.

Check out my reviews of other mid-range and premium flagship mobiles right here on Tech Spurt. Oh, and watch my Nothing OS 2.0 tips and tricks for a closer look at the new Glyph features etc!

Pretty much every feature of last year’s blower has been improved upon for the Nothing Phone 2. That fresh IMX890 camera sensor, combined with a smarter ISP, means photos are more grounded in reality. Ambient pics in particular come out well, and night shots aren’t too rough.

Gamers will appreciate the boost to performance too. The powerful Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 runs the show, so the Nothing Phone 2 can smash through Genshin Impact and other games. Likewise, the battery life of this smartphone is better than rivals like the Pixel 7.

Factor in the crisp, clean visuals of the 6.7-inch OLED screen and the respectable audio chops, and the Nothing Phone 2 will suit pretty much anyone with the cash to spare. This handset does sadly add almost £200 to the asking price vs the original Phone 1.

Nothing Phone 2 Review Chapters:
0:00 – Talky bit at start
0:30 – Design
2:28 – Nothing OS 2.0
3:39 – Glyph features
5:51 – Updates & security
6:28 – Display & audio
7:40 – Performance & gaming
8:42 – Battery
9:29 – Cameras
12:26 – Verdict

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