The UK-based Nothing is gearing up to launch its second smartphone – and like the first one, this one will be manufactured in India too (the Nothing Phone (1) was built at a facility in Tamil Nadu). The manufacturing of the Phone (2) will handled by BYD Electronic, a Shenzhen-based company.
Nothing has worked to reduce the environmental impact of the Nothing Phone (2). It will use recycled materials for the phone and the manufacturing process and the total CO2 emission from making each unit has been reduced to 53.45kg, that’s over 5kg lower than the Phone (1).
Nothing has already confirmed that its new model will be powered by the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 and a 4,700mAh battery. It will be larger too with a 6.7” screen size (up from 6.55” and 4,500mAh). The company is promising 3 years of OS updates.
And perhaps the most exciting new features for some is that the Nothing Phone (2) is coming to the USA. The new model will be officially unveiled next month.
If they add a headphone jack and microsd card support I'll buy it or just get a Xperia phone
My comments: 1. Recycling is not always ideal, sometimes its even worse than dumping. Recycling consumes precious energy. Still lower CO2 emission is appreciable. 2. India is a source of cheap labour and tax advantages on local production. I h...
no catch they modified the chemical composition of a battery and added special controllers to check its state, read the Oppo Guangdong patents. "Otherwise every phone company would hav already done this" - not true. most companies are ...