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Nothing Phone (2)
Nothing Phone (2) (Phone Gamme)
Processeur
Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 8 x 1.8 - 3.2 GHz, Cortex-X2 / A710 / A510 (Kryo) Waipio
Carte graphique
Mémoire
12 Go 
Écran
6.70 pouces 20:9, 2412 x 1080 pixel 394 PPP, capacitive touchscreen, OLED, 240 Hz sampling rate, brillant: oui, HDR, 120 Hz
Disque dur
256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash, 256 Go 
, 228 Go libres
Connexions
1 USB 2.0, Connectique audio: audio via USB-C, 1 Lecteur d'empreintes digitales, NFC, Capteur de luminosité, Capteurs: acceleration sensor, gyroscope, proximity sensor, compass
Réseau
Wi-Fi 6E (a/b/g/n = Wi-Fi 4/ac = Wi-Fi 5/ax = Wi-Fi 6/ Wi-Fi 6E 6 GHz), Bluetooth 5.3, 2G (850/​900/​1800/​1900), 3G (B1/​B2/​B4/​B5/​B6/​B8/​B19), 4G (B1/​B2/​B3/​B4/​B5/​B7/​B8/​B12/​B17/​B18/​B19/​B20/​B25/​B26/​B28/​B30/​B32/​B34/​B38/​B39/​B40/​B41/​B42/​B48/​B66/​B71), 5G (n1/​n2/​n3/​n5/​n7/​n8/​n12/​n20/​n25/​n28/​n30/​n38/​n40/​n41/​n66/​n71/​n75/​n77/​n78), Dual SIM, LTE, 5G, GPS
Taille
Hauteur x Largeur x Profondeur (en mm): 8.6 x 162.1 x 76.4
Batterie
4700 mAh Lithium-Polymère, 45 Watt charging, 15 Watt wireless charging, ​5W reverse charging
Charge
chargement sans fil, charge rapide / Quickcharge
Système d'exploitation
Android 13
Appareil photo
Appareil photo primaire: 50 MPix f/​1.88, phase comparison-AF (All-pixel AF/​omnidirectional), OIS, dual LED-flash, Videos @2160p/​60fps (Camera 1); 50.0MP, f/​2.2, wide angle lens (Camera 2)
Appareil photo secondaire: 32 MPix f/​2.45, Videos @1080p/​60fps
Fonctionnalités additionnelles
Haut-parleurs: stereo speakers (hybrid), USB cable, SIM tool, 24 Mois Garantie, IP54-certified, Glyph interface, sans ventilateur
Poids
201.2 g
Prix
699 euros

 

Pricecompare

Note moyenne: 82.67% - Bon
Moyenne de 78 notes (à partir de 139 critiques)
prix: 75%, performances: 87%, équipement: 80%, écran: 85% mobilité: 85%, finition: 89%, ergonomie: 77%, degré de nuisance: 93%

Critiques pour le/la Nothing Phone (2)

87.4% Critique du Nothing Phone (2) : Des effets LED dans un smartphone haut de gamme à prix raisonnable | Notebookcheck
Le Phone (2) est nettement plus cher que le premier smartphone de Nothing, mais cette fois, il est vraiment haut de gamme. Découvrez dans notre test s'il a le potentiel pour devenir un véritable flagship killer grâce à son interface Glyph emblématique et à son solide rapport qualité-prix.
80% Test du Nothing Phone (2) : rien à redire
Source: Frandroid Français
Le Nothing Phone (2) est un très bon téléphone qui vaut son prix. Il n'y a aucun doute là-dessus. La nouvelle puce permet de le propulser un cran au-dessus et tout le travail sur le design a payé. On a un smartphone puissant, agréable et bien fini entre les mains. Nothing OS 2.0 est une interface très plaisante à utiliser également, avec un petit twist intéressant sur l'utilisation des widgets et de l'écran d'accueil. Le Glyph, qui s'apparente à un gimmick parfois un peu fatiguant, a au moins le mérite maintenant d'ouvrir la voie à de nouveaux usages. Les petites faiblesses sont à trouver en photo, où un téléobjectif n'aurait pas fait de mal et où il y a encore un peu de travail avant de concurrencer un Pixel 7, vendu légèrement moins cher. L'autonomie n'est pas encore monstrueuse non plus, même si elle assure une journée d'usage sans trembler. Un chargeur dans la boîte aurait été le bienvenu.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 11/16/2023
Notes: Note globale: 80% performances: 80% écran: 70% mobilité: 70% finition: 90%
Prise en main du Nothing Phone (2) : un smartphone toujours aussi remarquable
Source: L' Eclaireur FNAC Français
Nothing est de retour avec le Phone (2) son deuxième smartphone. Ce deuxième millésime marque une montée en gamme pour la marque. Découverte
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 08/02/2023
84% Test Nothing Phone (2) : notre avis sur le smartphone qui a vu la lumière
Source: 01Net Français
Comme son prédécesseur, le Nothing Phone (2) est un très bon smartphone qui a le mérite de proposer quelque chose de différent, aussi bien en matière de design que d'interface. Avec cette deuxième version, la marque britannique parvient à améliorer la formule, mais au prix d'un tarif en hausse de 210 € qui impacte son rapport qualité/prix. À 679 euros, le Nothing Phone (2) boxe dans une nouvelle catégorie ou de sérieux concurrents évoluent comme le Google Pixel 7 et le Galaxy S23. Deux adversaires qui excellent en photo, point sur lequel le nouveau téléphone de Nothing s'améliore, sans jamais attendre le niveau de ses rivaux. Si vous cherchez un téléphone équilibré qui sort du lot et propose une expérience différente, le Nothing Phone (2) est clairement une option à considérer.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 07/31/2023
Notes: Note globale: 84% mobilité: 90%
80% Test du Nothing Phone (2) : déjà l’âge de la maturité ?
Source: CNet France Français
Le Nothing Phone (2) est plus performant, mais aussi plus onéreux que son prédécesseur. Une montée en gamme convaincante avec de meilleures prestations, un module photo plus efficace, une autonomie qui progresse et une conception peaufinée. On peut toutefois regretter que la hausse de prix atteigne quand même 210 € par rapport à son prédécesseur. Il ne s’adresse donc plus vraiment à la même tranche d’utilisateurs et vient se positionner juste en dessous des smartphones premiums de la concurrence.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 07/27/2023
Notes: Note globale: 80%
80% Test du Nothing Phone (2) : rien à redire
Source: Frandroid Français
Le Nothing Phone (2) est un très bon téléphone qui vaut son prix. Il n'y a aucun doute là-dessus. La nouvelle puce permet de le propulser un cran au-dessus et tout le travail sur le design a payé. On a un smartphone puissant, agréable et bien fini entre les mains. Nothing OS 2.0 est une interface très plaisante à utiliser également, avec un petit twist intéressant sur l'utilisation des widgets et de l'écran d'accueil. Le Glyph, qui s'apparente à un gimmick parfois un peu fatiguant, a au moins le mérite maintenant d'ouvrir la voie à de nouveaux usages. Les petites faiblesses sont à trouver en photo, où un téléobjectif n'aurait pas fait de mal et où il y a encore un peu de travail avant de concurrencer un Pixel 7, vendu légèrement moins cher. L'autonomie n'est pas encore monstrueuse non plus, même si elle assure une journée d'usage sans trembler. Un chargeur dans la boîte aurait été le bienvenu.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 07/19/2023
Notes: Note globale: 80% performances: 80% écran: 70% mobilité: 70% finition: 90%
80% Test du Nothing Phone (2): On ne change pas trop une équipe qui gagne
Source: Nextpit France Français
Le Nothing Phone (2) est-il un vrai flagship Android? Presque, mais pas tout à fait selon moi. Je trouve qu'il est encore un cran en deçà d'un Samsung Galaxy S23, d'un iPhone 14 ou d'un Xiaomi 13. Certes, ces modèles étaient plus chers que le Nothing Phone (2) à leur lancement. Mais ils ont depuis baissé de prix et sont effectivement les concurrents directs du presque-flagship Nothing. Impossible néanmoins de nier la très nette montée en gamme par rapport au Nothing Phone (1) de l'an dernier. Nothing n'existe que depuis trois ans, il faut le rappeler. Le design est plus mature, l'écran est très propre, l'interface Glyphe est un peu moins gimmick, les performances sont tout à fait cohérentes et Nothing OS 2.0 est en passe de devenir ma surcouche Android préférée. Nothing a cependant encore du boulot sur la qualité photo. Il faut un téléobjectif sur un smartphone haut de gamme en 2023.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 07/18/2023
Notes: Note globale: 80%
91% Test Nothing Phone (2) : ces petits riens qui font toute la différence
Source: Presse Citron Français
Si le Phone (2) n’est pas encore le smartphone parfait, il apporte ce vent de fraîcheur qui manque terriblement sur un marché des smartphones bien terne. Si le Phone (1) nous donnait un avant-goût de la philosophie Nothing, il présentait trop de défauts pour s’imposer comme une référence. Avec le Phone (2), Nothing corrige presque tous les défauts de la première génération. Plus performant, plus endurant, plus stylé, meilleur en photo, le Phone (2) se distingue du reste du marché par son design, son interface et son désormais célèbre Glyph. Surtout, il incarne à merveille la philosophie de Nothing. Oui, le Phone (2) rend la technologie plus fun.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 07/14/2023
Notes: Note globale: 91% prix: 90% performances: 95% écran: 95% mobilité: 95% finition: 95%
90% Test Nothing Phone (2) : un smartphone Premium vraiment révolutionnaire ?
Source: Clubic Français
Nothing revient très fort avec son haut de gamme, le Phone (2). Après un premier essai réussi qui a permis d'établir les bases solides de la marque, ce nouveau modèle Premium va encore plus loin pour le plaisir de celles et ceux qui veulent changer leur rapport aux smartphones, reprendre le contrôle, passer moins de temps devant leur écran. Beau avec sa composition en matériaux nobles, puissant grâce à sa puce Snapdragon 8+ Gen1, et doté d'une excellente autonomie (et d'une recharge rapide), le Nothing Phone (2) a aussi l'avantage de proposer une expérience singulièrement différente via l'interface Glyph qui orne son dos incurvé. Celle-ci ne sert plus exclusivement de panneau de notification, mais propose des fonctionnalités d'organisation de son temps (Pomodoro) ou de suivi (Uber). En définitive, le Phone (2) et son interface Nothing OS 2.0 offrent une expérience particulière qui, une fois que l'on y a goûté, devient rapidement indispensable.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 07/13/2023
Notes: Note globale: 90% performances: 100% écran: 90% mobilité: 90% finition: 90%
80% Test Nothing Phone 2 : un téléphone bourré d’idées lumineuses
Source: Phonandroid Français
Avec le Phone (2), Nothing réussit à proposer quelque chose de fondamentalement différent sur un marché où tous les smartphones ont tendance à se ressembler. Malgré des faiblesses techniques évidentes (l’appareil photo en tête), le terminal de la marque britannique arrive à séduire grâce à son design hors du commun, à sa surcouche aussi bien pensée qu’originale et à son système de Glyph. Un téléphone coup de cœur qui ne se base pas sur des gadgets, mais bien sur des fonctionnalités pertinentes et des choix de design intelligents. Ces derniers servent réellement l’utilisateur dans la vie de tous les jours, c’est assez rare pour être signalé. Une réussite.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 07/13/2023
Notes: Note globale: 80%
80% Nothing Phone (2)
Source: Les Numeriques Français
Malgré un design relativement similaire à celui de son prédécesseur, le Nothing Phone (2) entend pourtant s’en démarquer. La firme a choisi d’améliorer une grande partie de la fiche technique en sélectionnant des composants davantage haut de gamme. Le mobile profite ainsi d’un excellent écran Amoled, d’une puce (certes bridée) efficace et d’un double capteur photo convaincant dans la majorité des usages. Last but not least, le Phone (2) se révèle bien plus endurant. Cette montée en gamme a toutefois une réelle incidence sur le prix. Si ce dernier est justifié, il ne permet plus à la marque de se positionner en tant qu’outsider du milieu de gamme. Face à des poids lourds souvent remisés, ce très bon terminal se frotte à une concurrence féroce, mais dispose de vrais atouts pour se défendre.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 07/13/2023
Notes: Note globale: 80% performances: 80% écran: 100% mobilité: 80% finition: 60% ergonomie: 60%
90% Test Nothing Phone(2), la montée en gamme
Source: Journal du Geek Français
La chose qui nous a le plus surpris à la fin de ce test, c’était qu’on avait le sourire aux lèvres. En soi et techniquement parlant, le Nothing Phone (2) ne révolutionne pas le monde des smartphones. Il est performant, endurant, bon en photo et propose un intéressant rapport qualité-prix. Sa montée en gamme est justifiée et Nothing a, encore une fois, prouvé que les bons choix ont été faits. Et donc, encore une fois, ce qui marque le plus au final, c’est son design qui est clairement différenciant et si l’interface Glyph reste un gadget au quotidien, on ne peut s’empêcher d’apprécier son intégration. Mais ce n’est pas tout ! Cette année, Nothing nous livre une surcouche particulièrement aboutie et qui donne l’impression d’avoir un OS en plus d’iOS et Android. Le duo en plus avec les Ear (2) permet d’entrevoir un début d’écosystème et ça, on aime.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 07/13/2023
Notes: Note globale: 90%
80% Premier test du Nothing Phone (2): Un vrai flagship Android?
Source: Nextpit France Français
Mes premières impressions sur le Nothing Phone (2) sont plutôt positives. J'ai hâte de pouvoir vous en dire plus sur le gain de performances permis par le Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, la qualité photo et l'autonomie. La montée en gamme se ressent à plusieurs titres. Et Nothing OS 2.0 est en passe de devenir l'une de mes interfaces Android préférées. Mais, je trouve aussi que le fabricant est un peu trop resté sur ses acquis en termes de design et de hardware photo. Le Nothing Phone (2) est plus de 200 euros plus cher que le Nothing Phone (1). Il ne peut pas se permettre d'être une mise à jour incrémentale. Dans mon test complet, je vous dirai si le nouveau modèle vaut vraiment le coup ou non.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 07/11/2023
Notes: Note globale: 80%

Critiques dans des langues étrangères

93% Nothing Phone 2 Review: The Most Unique Phone on the Market
Source: Root Nation Anglais EN→FR
Nothing Phone 2 is not just another ordinary phone, but a combination of modernity and sophisticated minimalism in one device. From the aesthetically pleasing and new exterior design to the powerful interior with flexible and versatile software that is easily customizable and can meet the needs of any user. This device truly reflects meticulous attention to detail both inside and out. And its performance is one of the best in the upper mid-range, so I’m sure it will satisfy users’ needs in all their tasks, from the most intense to the least demanding. Of course, not everything is so rosy, it also has some drawbacks that we cannot help but notice, such as the front camera and its adaptability to social networks. That’s why, given the price of almost $740, the smartphone gives us reason to think about this issue. However, its widgets, customization options, LED backlighting, and minimalist and elegant aesthetics more than compensate for these shortcomings.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 11/19/2023
Notes: Note globale: 93% prix: 80% performances: 100% mobilité: 90% finition: 100% ergonomie: 90%
Nothing Phone 2
Source: GSM Choice Anglais EN→FR
Nothing Phone (2) offers several variants, and the price depends on the memory capacity. The cheaper version (8 GB RAM, 128 GB memory) costs $599, while the variant with a larger capacity (12 GB RAM, 256 GB memory) costs $699. The most advanced version (12 GB RAM, 512 GB memory) is available for $799. It's still not at the level of super expensive flagship phones or regular flagships that start from $1000 and up. It may seem like nothing, but it is quite a nice device that is certainly worth considering in certain circumstances.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 10/31/2023
Nothing Phone (2) Display test
Source: DxOMark Anglais EN→FR
The Nothing Phone (2)’s new 10–120 Hz LTPO display at least partly explains the significant price increase over its predecessor, the Nothing Phone (1), which places the (2) in our Premium smartphone category. Although the new screen offered good color fidelity in our tests, our experts measured 751 nits on our test bench under 20.000 lux and 1020 nits peak luminance, which is unimpressive, particularly when compared to such premium devices as the Samsung Galaxy S23, which achieves up to 1750 nits. Still, the new Nothing phone has better readability in low light and indoors over the earlier model, although it remains essentially unreadable under sunlight. As for its video performance, the Nothing Phone (2) has low brightness, with nearly invisible dark tones; further, a green cast is visible on all our test videos.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 10/04/2023
90% Nothing Phone (2) review: Not just another flashy phone
Source: Hardware Zone Anglais EN→FR
You'd either love or hate Glyph Interface; people I’ve spoken to have extreme opinions, ranging from very cool to bothersome. The good news is Glyph Interface can be turned off entirely. We think it's not ideal to get the Nothing Phone (2) without using its iconic LED lights given its practical improvements. But, we'd understand if some users just want the cool "transparent" look of the phone's rear. If you're looking for a snappy, high-performing 2023 Android phone that has 120Hz refresh rate, very decent camera performance and excellent battery life under a thousand bucks, it’s hard to recommend something that's beyond the Nothing Phone (2) for the time being. It’s really that good. The Nothing Phone (2) retails at S$999 for the 12GB+256GB model and at S$1,099 for the 12GB+512GB model. The phone can be purchased directly at Nothing’s Singapore website through Shopee, Lazada and other retailers like Challenger.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 10/01/2023
Notes: Note globale: 90% prix: 90% performances: 90% finition: 90%
90% Nothing Phone (2) review: Not just another flashy phone
Source: Hardware Zone Anglais EN→FR
You'd either love or hate Glyph Interface; people I’ve spoken to have extreme opinions, ranging from very cool to bothersome. The good news is Glyph Interface can be turned off entirely. We think it's not ideal to get the Nothing Phone (2) without using its iconic LED lights given its practical improvements. But, we'd understand if some users just want the cool "transparent" look of the phone's rear. If you're looking for a snappy, high-performing 2023 Android phone that has 120Hz refresh rate, very decent camera performance and excellent battery life under a thousand bucks, it’s hard to recommend something that's beyond the Nothing Phone (2) for the time being. It’s really that good. The Nothing Phone (2) retails at S$999 for the 12GB+256GB model and at S$1,099 for the 12GB+512GB model. The phone can be purchased directly at Nothing’s Singapore website through Shopee, Lazada and other retailers like Challenger.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 09/19/2023
Notes: Note globale: 90% prix: 90% performances: 90% finition: 90%
80% Nothing Phone (2) review: Lights will guide you home
Source: Gadgets Now Anglais EN→FR
The Phone (2) comes at a starting price of Rs 44,999, which is more than what its competitors offer their devices at. Like the OnePlus 11, which is almost a like-for-like competition. The glyph interface now has gone beyond the novelty value and it is a polarising feature. Either you will love it or you just won’t fancy it as there won’t be a middle ground. Nothing is charging that extra ‘premium’ of Rs 5,000-something for that unique design. Because competition is fierce in this space. If you don’t want the sound and light show and a ‘pure’ Android experience, then there’s the Pixel 7a as well. Not to forget devices from OnePlus and iQoo as well. Having said that, the Nothing Phone (2) is a really good phone that delivers on almost every front. The display is bright and vibrant, the camera clicks images with enough details and clarity and it handles all tasks with relative ease.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Courte, Date: 09/18/2023
Notes: Note globale: 80%
80% Nothing Phone (2) review: Nothing but improved
Source: Expert Reviews Anglais EN→FR
It might not be the follow-up we were expecting, but the Nothing Phone (2) is still a solid effort as the firm’s first flagship. It’s cheaper than its competitors and improves on its sibling smartphone in a number of ways, particularly in terms of design, performance and battery life. But it’s not without fault. The software, while updated, still needs some extra refinement, and it’s a shame that the camera offering has largely stayed the same as its cheaper counterpart. Yes, there’s a lot to like here, with the Nothing Phone (2) earning a recommendation overall, but I would like to see some bigger differences in these areas with the next iteration, especially considering the price increase.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 09/18/2023
Notes: Note globale: 80%
Nothing Phone 2 60-day review: much more than good looks
Source: Phandroid Anglais EN→FR
There are plenty of other options available from Chinese brands that hit on a lot of these features while also coming in at cheaper price points. That argument is fair in many markets, but it definitely doesn’t factor into the conversation in the US. In European markets, things will play out a little differently, but if you want a flagship-tier device in the US that’s not ridiculously overpriced, the only real options you have are the Pixel 7 and the Nothing Phone 2. Over the past few years, Google’s carved out a nice chunk of the US market with this approach. If Nothing can manage to save up some cash for a marketing push, the Phone 2 could easily become a go-to alternative that we so desperately need.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 09/12/2023
Nothing Phone (2) Battery test
Source: DxOMark Anglais EN→FR
The Nothing Phone (2) performed well in our battery test protocol and ranked in the top half of our database. Its performances were very similar in terms of autonomy and efficiency compared with its predecessor, the Nothing Phone (1), but the charging experience was significantly improved thanks to increased power supported during the charge. The Nothing Phone (2)’s autonomy in moderate use lasted a decent 2 days and 7 hours. When testing individual usages, autonomy was slightly above average overall. Autonomy excelled when watching videos and using the GPS navigation, but was poor when using the camera outdoors or listening to music. The charging experience was good and much improved over its predecessor. Now supporting charging at 45W, the Nothing Phone (2)’s time to a full charge takes only 56 minutes, half the time of its predecessor’s.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 09/05/2023
Nothing Phone (2) Review: Nothing quite like it
Source: The Tech Revolutionist Anglais EN→FR
In an era where each new phone generation often struggles to match the excitement of its predecessor, Nothing has remarkably achieved the feat of making the Phone (2) truly stand out. The captivating design it boasts captures the essence of the beloved transparent plastic devices from the nostalgic ’90s era, but this time with sophistication. Simultaneously, a simple yet exciting OS sets the phone apart from the rest. Nothing also empowers users with innovative tools like the Glyph interface, which introduces a fresh paradigm for presenting information and notifications. This fusion of aesthetics and functionality injects a unique charm into the Phone (2)’s user experience. All these and more make the Nothing Phone (2) a noteworthy contender in a crowded market.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 09/01/2023
90% Nothing Phone 2 review: a month later, I'm still impressed
Source: Creative Bloq Anglais EN→FR
I'd recommend Nothing Phone 2 to anyone who wants a fast, well-specced smartphone without paying the premium of a brand like Apple or Samsung. There are certainly some corners cut to get this RAM and chipset for under $1000 / £1000, such as a good but unremarkable camera. Yet, if you're looking for a budget, or mid-priced new phone that will last and feels different from the norm, this is it. The standout really is the UI and Glyph system, it may take some getting used to but Nothing Phone 2 really does change the way you use a smartphone, limiting needless time spent swiping around and I love how it forces you to rethink which apps are useful, good or needed. Nothing Phone 2 is priced well; the 8GB / 128GB model is $599 / £579, the 12GB / 256GB build is $699 / £629 and the 12GB 512GB version $799 £699.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 08/17/2023
Notes: Note globale: 90%
Nothing Phone 2 Review - What's New with Phone 2?
Source: Manila Shaker Anglais
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 08/11/2023
Nothing Phone (2) Malaysia review: Forget the lights, the best part is its software
Source: Soycincau Anglais EN→FR
At its starting price of RM2,999 for the Nothing Phone (2) with 256GB of storage—rising to RM3,499 for the one with 512GB of storage—I have to say, the Phone (2) is a seriously competent package of a smartphone. I mean, there’s a great screen, solid build quality, usable cameras, fantastic software and guaranteed software updates. Oh, and if it matters, there’s the unique Glyph Interface too. Compared to its other Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 rivals that have launched in Malaysia this year, the Phone (2) does stand out as the best overall phone. There’s the Poco F5 Pro that’s much cheaper sure, but you’ll have to make do with a poorer camera setup. Then there’s the Oppo Reno 10 Pro+ which goes for RM3,499, but has a much more complete camera setup with a periscope telephoto shooter. Both of these alternatives also don’t have a guaranteed software update policy, nor do they have a slick UI experience in the first place.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 08/11/2023
Review: Is The Nothing Phone (2) Worth The Hype And New Price Tag?
Source: Buro247 Anglais EN→FR
Overall, I was pretty impressed with the Nothing Phone (2). It can do almost everything you would expect from a premium model—and looks like one too. For the most part, the cameras do a great job for the everyday user. The main pull for the Nothing Phone (2) is the uniqueness it offers, from the Glyph Interface to even how you can customise your screen, widgets and icons. Nothing OS 2.0 gives a different UI than most, following its brand aesthetic of minimalism and monochromatic themes well. Even their Weather app and its widget look beautiful. You can also choose the size of your icons and widgets to fit on the screen (such as making an app icon the size of four apps stacked together, for example). The Nothing Phone (2) is fancy and flashy, and if that’s what you’re after, then yes, it’s true to everything it stands for.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 08/05/2023
80% Nothing Phone (2) Review: What’s new in the flagship killer segment? Nothing! Nothing, really!
Source: Tech PP Anglais EN→FR
This brings us to the big question: should you consider purchasing the Nothing Phone (2)? Spec chasers might find it expensive. After all, the OnePlus 11R and the iQOO Neo 7 Pro are offering the same processor and faster charging batteries (with chargers in the box) at lower prices. Phone camera and stock Android fans will also point to the Pixel 7a, which brings Google’s computational photography sorcery as well as a lot of Android smarts at Rs 43,999. The Nothing Phone (2), however, is not really about specs or specific performance parameters like photography or gaming. It does those well, but where it stands out is in terms of sheer experience. If you are looking for a phone that looks and works differently from others, with near-flagship specs and performance, then the Nothing Phone (2) is a no-brainer.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 08/04/2023
Notes: Note globale: 80% prix: 80% performances: 80% finition: 100%
Nothing Phone (2) Review: The Quirkiest Android Device
Source: Yugatech Anglais EN→FR
In conclusion, the Nothing Phone (2) is a real improvement from the previous generation, it is a very quirky, yet fun device to own, aside from its statement design, it is actually a decent daily driver. If you want an iPhone-esque designed Android smartphone, or you just want a decent smartphone that has a different design, powerful enough for you daily tasks and gaming sessions, a smartphone with a few quirks, the Nothing Phone (2) is worth checking out. For pricing, the Nothing Phone (2) starts at PHP 38,990 for the 12GB+256GB variant, and PHP 44,990 for the maxed out 12GB+512GB combo. Price can be a little steppe to some people, but if you have the penny to spend, the Nothing Phone (2) can be a good choice.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 08/03/2023
86% Nothing Phone (2) Review: Lost the specs battle but what about experience?
Source: The Mobile Indian Anglais EN→FR
The Nothing Phone (2) may be fighting a lost battle with its competitors in terms of specifications but it’s the experience which matters for Nothing and it sure is nailing that with the Phone (2), be it for software or hardware. It does have its own weaknesses but those do not overshadow the flagship performance and overall experience the brand is trying to give its users, and is so far succeeding in it.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 08/01/2023
Notes: Note globale: 86% performances: 90% écran: 85% mobilité: 85% finition: 90%
Nothing Phone (2) Review: Best Designed Android Device?
Source: Yugatech Anglais
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 07/25/2023
75% Nothing Phone 2 Review: Something special
Source: Think Digit Anglais EN→FR
The Nothing Phone (2) is truly something special. It has taken a phone that was essentially all-looks-no-substance and turned it into a well-rounded device with looks and utility to match. Not just that, Nothing OS 2.0 is possibly one of my absolute favourite mobile phone operating systems – it looks distinguished, classy, and clean while being fluid all the way through. The performance has improved vastly and battery life is superb as well. Now, for the price tag of ₹44,999 going all the way up to ₹54,999, the phone may seem overpriced to some. The Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 is present on much cheaper phones such as the iQOO Neo 7 Pro and the camera stack is nothing to write home about.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 07/23/2023
Notes: Note globale: 75% prix: 75% performances: 70% finition: 77%
The Nothing Phone 2 is mostly fine on Verizon — if you’ve got good 5G coverage
Source: The Verge Anglais EN→FR
All of this is to say that if you’ve got Verizon and are curious about giving the Phone 2 a shot, it’s doable. You’ll get your texts and calls. Data works quite well. But you shouldn’t depend on Nothing’s device in this scenario. Outside of 5G coverage areas, you’re unlikely to have as robust of a signal as you would on other phones that support Verizon’s full range of bands. So keep another, actually-certified phone within reach if you decide to splurge on this new gadget.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très courte, Date: 07/23/2023
80% Nothing Phone 2 Review: Playing It Safe
Source: NDTV Gadgets Anglais EN→FR
The Nothing Phone 1 offered a comprehensive package for its price, and while it didn't necessarily excel at everything, it didn't miss out on any important features either. The Nothing Phone 2 feels exactly like that, just in a different price segment. Sadly, our criticisms of Phone 1 also apply to the new Model: the ultra-wide and selfie cameras are strictly average in low light, and video recording needs improvement. I also think Nothing should have bundled a fast charger with the phone considering most of the competition still does this. The Nothing Phone 2's strongest feature remains its software. Other than a Google Pixel 7, I can't think of anything else that comes close to it in this segment. It's slick, refined, and feature-packed without feeling bloated. Those who intend to use the Glyph lights will appreciate that added functionality.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 07/21/2023
Notes: Note globale: 80% prix: 70% performances: 90% écran: 80% mobilité: 90% finition: 90%
Nothing Phone (2) review: A motley mix of familiar design, fresh experience
Source: Business Standard Anglais EN→FR
The Nothing Phone (2) offers a neat blend of familiar design and novel user experience. While it may not be flawless, its reasonable pricing matches the overall package, emphasising design, user experience, and performance. With the exception of imaging, the smartphone excels in every aspect when compared to its peers in the same segment. Additionally, its clean and optimised user interface further solidifies the Nothing Phone (2) as a smartphone to consider in the segment dominated by Google, OnePlus, and Samsung.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 07/20/2023
70% Nothing Phone (2) review: Better in every way except one
Source: Tom's Guide Anglais EN→FR
Good looks can only get you so far. That’s where I see the Nothing Phone (2) — a striking slate that upends the norm by flaunting a transparent design paired with glowing lights. Nothing’s approach in making its smartphone a device to be reckoned with has been nothing short of frenzied, but it needs more than good looks to charm consumers into snatching it up. While I’m bummed by the camera’s shortcomings with low-light situations, I’m also questioning the decision to increase the phone’s price. Sure, it’s a first time offering here in the U.S. with a $599 entry, but it’s actually a price hike over its predecessor — like in the U.K., where the original launched at £399, while the successor now costs £579. That’s a big increase that puts it into premium midrange territory.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 07/19/2023
Notes: Note globale: 70%
81% Nothing Phone 2 review: An offbeat alternative to boring midrange phones
Source: Engadget Anglais EN→FR
In a time when new generations of phones never seem quite as exciting as the last, Nothing has still managed to make the Phone 2 stand out. Its eye-catching design captures some of the best qualities of clear plastic gadgets from the ‘90s, like Gameboys and Nintendo 64’s, but in a much more sophisticated way. Meanwhile, Nothing’s Monochrome UI asks users to be more thoughtful about how they use their device while giving them tools like the Glyph interface that can surface info and notifications in novel ways. And even though its specs don’t jump out at you, it never felt slow and it’s well-equipped with handy features like reverse wireless charging. That said, for $600, the Pixel 7 is still the better value. It’s got a newer chip along with a much more sophisticated software package which includes features like Call Screener and robust language detection, and its cameras are in a class of their own.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 07/19/2023
Notes: Note globale: 81%
80% Nothing Phone (2) Review: Small changes make a big difference
Source: Mirror Anglais EN→FR
Phone (2) feels much more like the Nothing Phone I always wanted; I just wish they'd included a zoom lens and pushed the design a little further to set it apart from its predecessor. Despite this, the Nothing Phone (2) is juggling a lot, offering a great design, flagship performance and a much better integrated OS, all for less than the Pixel 7 Pro or Samsung S23. While some may be disappointed that it looks the same as Phone (1) there's so much more fantastic hardware and software under the hood, that makes the Nothing Phone better than ever.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 07/18/2023
Notes: Note globale: 80%
80% Nothing Phone (2) Review: Nothing but a good phone
Source: Android Central Anglais EN→FR
Nothing has proven it can be a compelling alternative to a Pixel or a Galaxy phone. $599 is a great price for what you get here, including updates and support for years to come. Everything about this phone feels like a win, and while it's not necessarily the best at a bunch of things, it excels in some key areas. PWM-sensitive folk may just find a haven with this high-frequency display. Folks who love taking selfies or portrait mode photos will love what they get. And anyone who enjoys fancy gadgets with some particularly unique, obvious aspect will thoroughly enjoy the Glyph lights on the back. It also performs admirably across all tasks, has excellent battery life, and sports a build that rivals even the best manufacturers in the industry. All in all, this phone is a winner, and I think anyone who chooses to pick one up will find they won't regret it.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 07/18/2023
Notes: Note globale: 80%
80% Nothing Phone (2) review: Lights will guide you home
Source: Gadgets Now Anglais EN→FR
The Phone (2) comes at a starting price of Rs 44,999, which is more than what its competitors offer their devices at. Like the OnePlus 11, which is almost a like-for-like competition. The glyph interface now has gone beyond the novelty value and it is a polarising feature. Either you will love it or you just won’t fancy it as there won’t be a middle ground. Nothing is charging that extra ‘premium’ of Rs 5,000-something for that unique design. Because competition is fierce in this space. If you don’t want the sound and light show and a ‘pure’ Android experience, then there’s the Pixel 7a as well. Not to forget devices from OnePlus and iQoo as well. Having said that, the Nothing Phone (2) is a really good phone that delivers on almost every front.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Courte, Date: 07/17/2023
Notes: Note globale: 80%
80% Nothing Phone (2) Review: Has ‘Something’ changed?
Source: Gadgetbyte Nepal Anglais EN→FR
So that was all for my full review of the Nothing Phone 2. And looking beyond all the hype, I still think Nothing has managed to deliver a pretty impressive semi-flagship phone that checks most boxes. Including a solid build quality, a nice display, excellent performance, and decent cameras. Its cameras certainly have a lot of room for improvement, but ultimately, I can’t help but think if this is how the Phone 2 should’ve shaped up to be. I mean, when you really think about it, this is an iterative upgrade at best. Like… a Nothing phone (1) Pro or something. There’s obviously nothing wrong with iterative upgrades, and maybe I have only myself to blame for my high expectations, but this is not what I envisioned Nothing’s “more premium” smartphone would be like. A stronger ingress protection along with a telephoto camera would’ve been the absolute icing on the cake considering its price.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 07/17/2023
Notes: Note globale: 80% prix: 70% performances: 75% écran: 90% mobilité: 75% finition: 95%
80% Nothing Phone (2) Review: You Can't Change a Winning Team Too Much
Source: Nextpit EN Anglais EN→FR
Is the Nothing Phone (2) a true Android flagship? Almost, but not quite, in my opinion. I find it still a notch below a Samsung Galaxy S23, an iPhone 14 or a Xiaomi 13. Admittedly, these models were more expensive than the Nothing Phone (2) at launch. But they have since come down in price, and are indeed direct competitors to the almost-flagship Nothing. Nevertheless, it's impossible to deny that the Nothing Phone (1) of last year has clearly moved upmarket. Nothing has only been around for four years. The design is more mature, the screen is very clean, the Glyphe interface is a little less gimmicky, performance is totally consistent and Nothing OS 2.0 is well on the way to becoming my favorite Android overlay. In any case, in absolute terms, I can totally recommend the Nothing Phone (2). And I intend to use it on a daily basis for a long time to come, just like the Nothing Phone (1) before it. Yes, I'm a fanboy, but so what? Your smartphone has really cool LEDs, doesn't it? I don't think it does.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 07/17/2023
Notes: Note globale: 80%
Nothing Phone 2 Unboxing & Full Tour | Serious Upgrade!
Source: Tech Spurt Anglais
Unboxing the Nothing Phone 2, an upgraded smartphone boasting fresh camera hardware and boosted specs vs the original handset. However, the Nothing Phone 2 will also cost you more in the UK, starting from £579 - and here's a full tour ahead of my review, showing off those fresh features. This 2023 model isn't just more expensive, it's also bigger at 6.7-inches, with a redesigned Glyph lighting rig. In Nothing OS 2.0 you'll find lots of new tools to make use of the disco back, plus a fresh new monotone setup. The Nothing Phone 2 is fun to use, and you can see more on the software in my tips and tricks guide. That camera now rocks an IMX890 sensor, same as the OnePlus Nord 3, with improved HDR abilities and boosted video recording. Gamers will appreciate the extra grunt too, courtesy of the Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1.
Hands-On, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 07/16/2023
80% Nothing much changes on the Nothing Phone (2)… that’s good
Source: The Indian Express Anglais EN→FR
More and more smartphone companies now seem to believe there is no need to revamp their offerings every year, instead opting for incremental improvements that add to the user experience. And this is not just in relation to flagships from Apple and Samsung. Even Nothing, which is just on to its second edition seems to think so as is obvious from the Nothing Phone (2) which seems to draw on the strengths of the Phone (1) more than reimagining a second version.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Courte, Date: 07/14/2023
Notes: Note globale: 80%
85% Nothing Phone (2) review: monochrome is the new black
Source: Phone Arena Anglais EN→FR
The Nothing Phone (2) is, we feel, a worthy successor and an evolution of what the Phone (1) was. It finally has a flagship chip, even if it's not the latest-and-best. It has more features for the Glyph interface, giving those that are trying to grasp or like the concept of keeping your phone face-down something more to hold on to. And the Nothing OS 2.0 adds awesome ways to make your homescreen clean, simple, unique, and still extremely functional. Obviously, Nothing still has a long way to go — the camera algorithms still need work to meet the competition, the UI feels like a solid base is there but it needs to go further with the overall Android skin customization, and we still get (very minor) bugs on launch. But once those things start getting addressed, the price may also start climbing towards the flagship threshold.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 07/14/2023
Notes: Note globale: 85%
Nothing Phone (2) Review - The Android iPhone?
Source: Mrwhosetheboss Anglais
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 07/13/2023
Nothing Phone 2 Review | Bigger & Better In Every Way
Source: Tech Spurt Anglais
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.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 07/13/2023
Nothing Phone 2 vs 1 | Worth the upgrade?
Source: Tech Spurt Anglais
Comparing Nothing Phone 2 vs the original smartphone, including a camera test, gaming performance, battery life and general features. I've reviewed both the Nothing Phone 2 and its cheaper sibling and here's a side-by-side evaluation - check out my tips and tricks guide for more Nothing OS 2.0 action! Now, these rather unique mobiles may look similar, but that design has undergone subtle refinements for the 2023 model. The Nothing Phone 2 has an upgraded Glyph setup, with new features like the Timer and Composer. Although the latter will come to the first handset along with Nothing OS 2.0. More on the software side in my tips and tricks guide, live now! The Nothing Phone 2 also boasts a better camera setup, with a fresh IMX890 sensor and updated ISP.
Comparaison, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 07/13/2023
Nothing Phone (2) Review: If Apple Made an Android
Source: GadgetMatch Anglais
There’s a lot to say about the Nothing Phone (2)-- the fact that this phone is ONLY $599, that it looks so good, and that it was designed so thoughtfully. It represents almost everything an Android Phone should be. Find out why I think it's a phone everyone should consider in this review.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 07/13/2023
Nothing Phone 2 TEARDOWN - The LEDs aren't what they seem...
Source: JerryRigEverything Anglais
The smartphone world hasnt done a whole lot of changing recently. So its nice to see Nothing come in with the Nothing Phone 2 to make some aesthetic changes to the notification system. Today we will be taking apart the new Nothing Phone 2 to see what it looks like from the inside. Do you like the Lights on the back of the nothing phone?
Soutien, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 07/13/2023
Nothing Phone 2 Review: A Real Personality!
Source: Marques Brownlee Anglais
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 07/13/2023
Nothing Phone (2) Review: Actually, This Is Something
Source: MrMobile Anglais
The Android smartphone world is one of extremes. On the high end, you've got what some would consider Way Too Much: folding screens; built-in pens; ultra zoom cameras. But down in the midrange, there's a lot of what I consider Not Enough: watered-down specs and compromised experiences, wrapped up in bland, forgettable designs. That’s the space London smartphone maker Nothing has been trying to shake up for the past year with phones and accessories built to stand out … and this summer, it’s bringing that flashy phone (and some new ideas) to the US – with the Nothing Phone (2).
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 07/13/2023
Nothing Phone (2) Review - What's New vs Phone (1)?
Source: SuperSaf Anglais
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 07/13/2023
Nothing Phone 2 Full Review - WATCH Before You Buy!
Source: The Tech Chap Anglais
Should You Buy the Nothing Phone 2 - and is it a big upgrade over the Phone 1? In this review I test the design, performance, camera, battery & software to find out if the Phone 2 is worth buying!
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 07/13/2023
Nothing Phone 2 Review: Lighting Up The Competition
Source: Hot Hardware Anglais EN→FR
We could be cynical and dismiss Phone (2) as a well rounded, pseudo-iPhone clone running Android, with a decent price tag, a fancy design, and a light show in the back. But that would be lazy. When you consider that Nothing is a three year-old startup that isn’t backed by an existing handset manufacturer, Phone (2) is truly a remarkable achievement. Carl Pei and the rest of the team should be proud. Ultimately, Nothing Phone (2) is an affordable flagship that ticks all the right boxes. It brings a ton of fun and personality to the traditional smartphone form factor without sacrificing performance or value. The hardware is polished and refined, the software is clean and responsive, and the Glyph Interface is more useful than ever – even if it’s still just icing on the proverbial cake. At $599, you just can’t go wrong.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 07/13/2023
80% Nothing Phone (2) review: Looks premium, but is it worth the price?
Source: India Today Anglais EN→FR
So, is it worth buying the Nothing Phone (2)? Well, the answer to that is tricky. But let me try to simplify the answer. The Nothing Phone (2) is built upon the Phone (1) and looks more or less the same with some sensible tweaks here and there. These tweaks include - curved glass at the back, a larger form factor, a modified Glyph design and so much more. Overall, the design looks more premium than the Phone (1) for sure. The Phone (2) is also a big upgrade in terms of specifications, with a powerful processor, larger battery, and cleaner software experience. So, overall, the Nothing Phone (2) looks quite good and is a decent upgrade over the Phone (1). While all is well, the price of the Phone (2) could have been a bit modest. The Phone (2) starts at Rs 44,999 and goes up to RS 54999 in India, which is much higher than the Phone (1) price
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 07/13/2023
Notes: Note globale: 80%
80% Nothing phone (2) review: The big leagues
Source: Laptop Mag Anglais EN→FR
The Nothing phone (2) is nothing (2) f**k with. It’s a stellar phone through and through. It looks great, feels great to use, and truly stands out from the flagship crowd with its unique aesthetic, great cameras, zippy performance, and decent battery life. There are a couple of rough edges, though, such as the use of last year’s chipset and the potential visual epilepsy risk of those strobes of the Glyph interface. But this time around, Carl Pei’s hype machine may be just about backed up by a true summer blockbuster of a device.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 07/13/2023
Notes: Note globale: 80%
85% Nothing Phone (2) Review: The Best Mid-Range Smartphone?
Source: Make Use Of Anglais EN→FR
The major difference between the Nothing Phone (1) and Nothing Phone (2) is price. Now, given the original didn't launch in the US to begin with, the maths is a little iffy, but the Phone (1) was £399, or the equivalent of $475-500-ish at the time. Not bad for a solid mid-range phone, but there were definitely cheaper, competitive options available. It's a busy, competitive smartphone market, but the Nothing Phone (2) improvements should help make this a firm favorite for those who want an excellent mid-range phone that's just finding its feet, pushing its own style, and carving out a name. Its unique approach to design, both in the phone and its operating system, should at least attract those looking for something new—even if its underlying identity is "glass slab." Either way, the Nothing Phone (2) is a fun, mid-range smartphone that will certainly have the established smartphone names looking over both shoulders.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 07/13/2023
Notes: Note globale: 85%
Nothing Phone (2) review: A worthy new Android challenger for the US market
Source: Mashable Anglais EN→FR
The way I feel about Nothing Phone (2) is the way I feel about most Android phones: You likely won’t be disappointed if you buy one, but I’d still recommend a Pixel over it. Nothing’s unique approach to UI design is worth commendation, to be sure, even if it didn’t produce its intended effect on me during my time with the phone. It’s admirable to want people to be more careful with their phone use. And even if you choose to ignore that side of Phone (2), you’re left with a fast, slick Android phone that almost certainly looks cooler than anything your friends have. Nothing’s second attempt at smartphone glory isn’t a total slam dunk, but it at least belongs in the highlight reel.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 07/13/2023
80% Nothing phone (2) review: The tricky second album
Source: Pocket Lint Anglais EN→FR
The thing that strikes us most about the Nothing phone (2) is the refinement of the design. For a phone that's designed to attract attention (despite the company ethos of making tech blend into the background), this is a phone that looks great. I've caught a lot of people stealing a sideward glance at it, not just because I've been using an unreleased phone, but because it's unique. (Don't forget, there are people selling phone skins to make devices look like this.). This phone has the performance of an older flagship, just as you'd expect. But what it doesn't have is the camera performance of an old flagship. The camera lacks in a number of areas, especially low light performance and that's the biggest negative of this device. For some, the positives will outweigh that negative, but for others, the camera performance they are looking for will lie elsewhere.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 07/13/2023
Notes: Note globale: 80%
70% Nothing Phone (2) Review
Source: PC Mag Anglais EN→FR
The Nothing Phone (2) is a solid upgrade to its predecessor and shows the company's commitment to making something different. Nothing has a philosophy well in mind and is trying to get a product out there that offers a different way to interact with our devices through both its Glyph interface as well as its software. The $499 Google Pixel 7a may be its closest competition, but these phones diverge on a number of things. Pixel photography is typically gorgeous, but the Pixel line comes with that large camera bar on the back compared to the understated dual lenses on the Nothing Phone (2). The $699 OnePlus 11 5G comes with the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon SoC, takes better photos, and is similarly sized to the Phone (2). (Side note: Nothing CEO Carl Pei was also a co-founder of OnePlus).
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 07/13/2023
Notes: Note globale: 70%
70% Nothing Phone (2) review
Source: Tech Advisor Anglais EN→FR
The Nothing Phone (2) has flagship specs at a mid-range price, but it still feels mid-range. The display and camera in particular are disappointing, and the bulky build makes it a large and awkward phone to handle. Yet Nothing OS 2.0 is excellent, and makes Android feel different from other manufacturers’ phones in a good way. The phone also has great battery life and packs in wireless charging, and the glyph lights are clever – but you’ll either love them or hate them. Familiar mid-range pitfalls stick out such as an IP54 rating, a dim screen, and sometimes cheap-feeling haptics. But if you love the aesthetic and don’t think the lights are a gimmick, then the Nothing Phone (2) is worth considering, especially as it is guaranteed four years of software support.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 07/13/2023
Notes: Note globale: 70%
90% Nothing Phone (2) Review
Source: Trusted Reviews Anglais EN→FR
Some might lament the price increase of the Nothing Phone (2), but I think it’s a worthy trade-off for a phone that looks and feels just as stylish as the original but with enough power to compete with flagship-level phones that are much more expensive. The Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 chipset delivers this in bundles, beating most of the best mid-range competition in benchmarks. It also has the additional benefits of the 8 Plus Gen 1’s power efficiency which, when coupled with a large 4700mAh cell doesn’t struggle to last all day, with the ability to stretch well into a second day with average use. The twin 50MP snappers are another highlight, with the main camera delivering consistently great-quality snaps in most scenarios, though it’s not quite as capable as the likes of the Pixel 7a in low-light scenarios.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 07/13/2023
Notes: Note globale: 90%
75% Nothing Phone 2 Review: A Flashy Phone That Needs to Be Cheaper
Source: CNet Anglais EN→FR
The Nothing Phone 2's flashy LEDs certainly make a statement, and both its processor performance and battery life are strong. But the extra $100 Nothing wants over its predecessor has changed the game. It's gone from being an affordable budget option to quite a pricey midranger, while the competition has been getting stronger. The Pixel 7A is arguably its biggest rival, and personally, it's the phone I'd go for over the Nothing Phone 2. Its processor isn't as powerful, but it'll still handle almost all your daily needs, and its camera is better. Plus it's quite a lot cheaper. I'd also consider the OnePlus 10T over the Nothing Phone -- it didn't impress me at its full price at launch, but its current $400 price makes it a worthy option.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 07/13/2023
Notes: Note globale: 75%
80% Nothing Phone (2) review: en route to iconic status?
Source: 91mobiles Anglais EN→FR
At a starting price of Rs 44,999 for the 8GB/128GB variant, going up all the way to Rs 54,999 for the 12GB/512GB version, the Nothing Phone (2) could be a tough sell and might not be for you if you’re a spec fiend. Let’s face it – it’s not really the best in its segment in terms of core aspects like performance, camera and charging speeds, given its asking price. If you don’t appreciate the Phone (2)’s design language or the Glyph LEDs, the new device might not appeal to you. Those looking for a capable all-rounder and value could find the iQOO Neo 7 Pro (review) a better buy, coming at a much lower price too. And closer to Phone (2) territory, the OnePlus 11R (review) is another strong contender. The Nothing Phone (2), in a similar fashion as the Phone (1), is a bold choice.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 07/13/2023
Notes: Note globale: 80% performances: 80% écran: 80% mobilité: 80% finition: 80%
80% Nothing Phone 2 review: Should you buy it?
Source: Android Authority Anglais EN→FR
The Nothing Phone 2 carries over the same transparent glass design and LED lighting array — portentously dubbed The Glyph — from the Nothing Phone 1, but ups the ante with more powerful internals, subtle build tweaks, and other minor spec bumps. The result is a familiar Android phone with a fractionally higher price tag, but one that pushes beyond the mid-range trappings of its predecessor to take on the biggest names in the business. The Nothing Phone’s part-retrofuturistic overall aesthetic is kept intact, but when I put the Phone 2 next to the Phone 1, the tweaks to the formula — admittedly one still heavily indebted to the iPhone — started to show. The lighter two-tone shades of the Dark Gray model I have on hand work in tandem with the more varied and defined textures and lines to emphasize the internal components and carefully positioned covers far more than the Phone 1.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 07/13/2023
Notes: Note globale: 80%
88% Nothing Phone (2) review
Source: GSM Arena Anglais EN→FR
But if you do, or you just want a breath of fresh air, an innovation of sorts in an otherwise boring market, the Nothing Phone (2), or (1), will not disappoint you. On the contrary, the Phone (2) offers a thoughtful pick of features with a pinch of premium and two of innovation, and that's why we do recommend considering the Phone (2) and even buying it. Because "they just don't make them like the old times" does not fully apply here.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 07/13/2023
Notes: Note globale: 88%
Nothing Phone 2 review: Finding its niche
Source: Android Police Anglais EN→FR
Given the Nothing Phone 2's strong performance, competitive price point, and generally okay cameras, it's easy to see parallels with the phones OnePlus was making back in its "flagship killer" days, then under Nothing founder Carl Pei's leadership. I think this phone will appeal to the same type of enthusiast customers who liked OnePlus's early phones: people who want a viable, interesting alternative to more mainstream options at a fair price. General availability in the US is going to expose the Phone 2 to a bigger pool of those enthusiasts than the Nothing Phone 1 enjoyed, too, and I'm interested to see how it affects the upper-midrange market it's competing in. But that market is more crowded than it was years ago, and while the Nothing Phone 2 punches above its weight on performance, display quality, and style, camera quality isn't quite up to snuff compared to other phones that cost about the same — or even less.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 07/13/2023
90% Nothing Phone 2 review: the new phone to beat in 2023
Source: Digital Trends Anglais EN→FR
If you’re still wondering if the Nothing Phone 2 is worth buying, let me be clear: it definitely is. You’ll stand out from the crowd due to the cool design and be rewarded with strong performance, a great daytime camera, a gloriously colorful screen, and close to two-day battery life. You’ll discover the joys of the Glyph lights and use one of the cleanest (and most customizable) operating systems out there. What’s more, you’ll be helping to change the smartphone market (particularly in the U.S.) for the better by embracing a new brand and celebrating choice. For once, you won’t be drastically compromised by doing so either, and at this price, the few spec differences are fairly easy to forgive. I’ve thoroughly enjoyed my time with the Nothing Phone 2, and wholeheartedly expect you to do the same. It’s one of 2023’s most important phone releases, and thankfully, it’s also one of the best.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 07/13/2023
Notes: Note globale: 90%
90% Nothing Phone (2) review: A light-up Android handset with excellent cameras
Source: Daily Star Anglais EN→FR
Overall, this is an incremental step up from the first Nothing phone and offers a very strong camera set that is comparable with the iPhone 14. It looks stylish, feels good in the hand and offers a ton of customisation and speed at its core. You’re getting a lot of phone here, but then it is considerably more expensive than its predecessor, so you’d expect that. Is this an iPhone killer - no - but does Nothing have the future potential to create a device even better than Apple’s flagship - absolutely. And for now, Android lovers really do have a top piece of British tech to choose from alongside the more established Samsungs of this world when deciding on their next handset.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 07/13/2023
Notes: Note globale: 90%
Nothing Phone (2) Review: A New Choice has Arrived
Source: Droid Life Anglais EN→FR
I have almost nothing but good things to say about the Nothing Phone (2). The software is excellent, as is performance and battery life, the camera holds its own against competitors, and the design is unique in all of the right ways. I even think the price is quite friendly for the package being delivered by Nothing. If you need the negatives wrapped up somewhere nicely, I would point to the size (it’s large to me), lack of true Verizon support, and sub-par IP rating. If those aren’t of concern in your world, then by all means buy a Nothing Phone (2). While still a new company with a lot to prove, this is an excellent 2nd phone that we’re happy to see added to the list of choices in the US. We needed this.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 07/13/2023
60% Nothing Phone 2 review: the vibes abide
Source: The Verge Anglais EN→FR
By the numbers, it’s a well-equipped midrange device. It costs $599 and comes with a capable Snapdragon processor, a big, smooth-scrolling screen, and a few extras like wireless charging. So far, so good. But then, there’s the vibe, which is at least half of the attraction. It’s harder to quantify but lives somewhere among the translucent rear panel design, the light strip notification indicators, and the distinct Nothing OS launcher. It’s not like a regular phone — it’s a cool phone.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 07/13/2023
Notes: Note globale: 60%
70% Nothing Phone 2 review: If 'being extra' was an Android phone
Source: Zdnet.com Anglais EN→FR
The Phone 2 will officially go on sale on Friday, July 17, starting at $599 for the 8GB of RAM and 128GB variant, and going up to $799 for the 12GB of RAM and 512GB configuration. No matter which end of that spectrum you look at, the device is clearly priced to compete with the likes of the OnePlus 11, Google Pixel 7, and base models from Samsung and Apple's flagship series. I'm curious to see how the market reacts, and whether or not Nothing will remain as competitive as it slowly builds a following in the U.S. Price aside, you should buy the Nothing Phone 2 if you consider yourself an early adopter and/or want to try a new phone from an up-and-coming brand. The Glyph Interface makes the Phone 2 one of, if not the most, interesting slab-style phones on the market, and it's genuinely useful if digital well-being is something you value. But, if you're seeking the best camera system in this sub-$600 price range, Google's Pixels will serve you better.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 07/13/2023
Notes: Note globale: 70%
80% Nothing Phone (2) Review: Easy Evolution
Source: Slashgear Anglais EN→FR
The Nothing Phone (2) will be sold through the company's online store. Pricing starts at $599 for the base model. That's a good price, but it doesn't compare favorably to the Pixel 7 and most especially the Pixel 7a. That being said, this phone is more fun to use than either of the other two phones. If you want a phone with a great camera, that's the only reason to choose a Pixel above this phone. The combination of the glyph interface and the software makes this a solid choice above all others at this price point, except for the cameras. More than that, though, overall the Nothing Phone (2) is a great step forward in Nothing's evolution, but it was also an easy step. It doesn't take a genius to figure out that if you improve every specification over the previous generation you're going to come away with a better phone.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Courte, Date: 07/13/2023
Notes: Note globale: 80%
100% Nothing Phone 2 review: superlative sequel
Source: Stuff TV Anglais EN→FR
Nothing’s debut smartphone had both distinctive design and value for money on its side. Phone 2 makes only minor tweaks on the styling front, while pushing pricing a little further upmarket, so the bar is higher. Still, we reckon it’s one Nothing has cleared by a wide margin. Phone 2 is wonderfully well-rounded, with plenty of power, a long-lasting battery and cameras that take very presentable photos for the price. Glyph lighting is no longer just a novelty, and the new-look UI feels much more cohesive. Extra performance, a streamlined build and a bigger screen go a long way in justifying the cost increase over Phone 1, while managing to keep it out of true flagship territory. It feels very smartly placed among mainstream rivals, sneaking under the Google Pixel 7’s RRP in the UK at £579 for the base model, and matching it in the US at $599.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 07/13/2023
Notes: Note globale: 100%
100% Nothing Phone (2) review: everything you could want and more
Source: T3 Anglais EN→FR
The Nothing Phone (2) impresses threefold: first it's so comfortable to hold and use, with a distinctive design; two, the improvements to everyday essentials, such as battery life and screen quality, are a real mark of quality; third, it adds a dollop of fun on top all of that, with features such as Glyph lights not just being a throwaway gimmick. Sure, it's pricier than its predecessor, but I think it's worth it and, for me, this is a rare moment of unexpected Android phone joy.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 07/13/2023
Notes: Note globale: 100%
85% Nothing Phone (2) Review: Lighting up Canada’s dim smartphone market
Source: Mobile Syrup Anglais EN→FR
Overall, the Nothing Phone (2) is a solid offering from the London-based phone manufacturer. As someone who typically prefers foldables, I’ve been thrilled to use this handset. The phone uses Glyphs, which is a bit of a gimmick, but it’s still a useful feature that’s fun to show to friends. The handset also offers stellar design language, and if you like the way an iPhone 14 Pro feels, you’ll enjoy the Nothing Phone (2) as well. The Nothing Phone (2) can handle any task I throw at it, and the Nothing OS is minimal and clean. Most importantly, the handset is reasonably priced. Unfortunately, without being available at carriers, the Nothing Phone (2) might be a tough sell. However, at $929 to start, the handset is a steal, even with its roughly year-old processor.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 07/13/2023
Notes: Note globale: 85%
Nothing Phone (2) - They’ve Changed…
Source: Dave 2D Anglais
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 07/12/2023
Nothing Phone 2 First Impressions: Sticking to the Formula
Source: NDTV Gadgets Anglais EN→FR
The Glyph lighting system has gotten new customisation options. It now supports auto-brightness and you can tag certain apps or types of notifications from a particular app as ‘essential', which means one light strip on the back will stay lit till you dismiss or view that notification. There are new ringtones and notification sound packs, and you can even now use the Glyph lights to keep track of a timer or check the progress of an activity in some third-party apps such as Uber. Finally, the new Glyph composer allows you to create your own ringtones and alert sounds. The Nothing Phone 2 has some tough contenders to deal with in India. There are the OnePlus 11 5G, Oppo Reno 10 Pro+ 5G, and iQoo 11 5G to name a few. We'll be exploring the Phone 2's software and performance in much greater detail in the full review, so make sure you don't miss it. In the meantime, do drop us a comment and let us know if there's anything specific you'd like to know about this phone.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Courte, Date: 07/11/2023
Nothing Phone (2) Quick Hands-On
Source: Yugatech Anglais
Hands-On, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 07/11/2023
Nothing Phone 2: A Pricier But Worthy Sequel
Source: CNet Anglais
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 07/11/2023
I have Nothing 2 say...
Source: JerryRigEverything Anglais
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 07/11/2023
Nothing Phone (2) - Worth The Hype?
Source: SuperSaf Anglais
The Nothing Phone (2) features a Transparent Design with updated Glyph Interface, a 6.7“ FHD+ OLED LTPO 120Hz Display, 50MP Primary, 50MP Ultra-Wide, Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, 8/12GB LPDDR5 RAM, 128/256/512GB UFS 3.1 Storage, 4700mAh battery with 45W Fast Charging (Not included), Nothing OS 2.0 based on Android 13, Price is from £579/$599.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 07/11/2023
Nothing Phone (2) Impressions ft Nothing CEO!
Source: Mrwhosetheboss Anglais
Hands on and initial impressions of the Nothing Phone(2) - including camera, screen, battery, specs, price and more! I spend a LOT of time trying to make my videos as concise, polished and useful as possible for you - if you would like to support me on that mission then consider subscribing to the channel - you'd make my day.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 07/11/2023
Everything you need to know about the new Nothing Phone 2
Source: Irish Mirror Anglais EN→FR
Like Nothing’s three sets of earphones and its debut handset, Phone 2 turns heads and grabs admiring glances and is one of the most eye-catching smartphones you can use.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Courte, Date: 07/11/2023
Nothing Phone (2) hands-on review
Source: GSM Arena Anglais EN→FR
The Nothing Phone (2) launches at €679 for the 8/128 variant as a flagship alternative to the €469 Nothing Phone (1). The Glyph pioneer is still relevant, powerful, and capable as last year and is noticeably more affordable. On the other hand, the Phone (2) will offer you faster hardware, speedier charging, and improved display and cameras for the extra €210. The move to the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset effectively elevates the Phone (2) to a new device class and lets it rub shoulders with a slightly different tier of competitors. Its new LTPO display, with a much more dynamic 120Hz refresh rate and better beak brightness, is a definite standout feature. The same goes for the bigger battery and improved charging speed, both worthy of a higher-tier product.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 07/11/2023
Dope Tech: Nothing Phone 2 Redesign!
Source: Marques Brownlee Anglais
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 07/04/2023
Nothing Phone 2, Two Weeks Away! | Leaks, Rumours & Full Skinny | TSW160
Source: Tech Spurt Anglais
The Nothing Phone 2 is two weeks from launch so here's an update on the leaks, rumours and confirmed specs of this mid-range smartphone. Full unboxing and review on the horizon, but here's everything on the Nothing Phone 2 including Carl Pei's own revelations. We know that this 2023 upgrade will be more premium in many ways, including the performance. Gamers will enjoy silky smooth play on Genshin Impact and other Android titles thanks to the Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 chipset that powers the Nothing Phone 2. You've also got a more complex Glyph setup, with Swedish House Mafia soundboard shenanigans. Likewise, the latest Pei phone will likely boast longer battery life, thanks to the efficient chipset and bigger battery.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 06/30/2023
80% Nothing Phone
Source: PCtipp.ch Allemand DE→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 08/29/2023
Notes: Note globale: 80%
Nothing Phone (2) Noch mehr Nichts
Source: A1 Blog Allemand DE→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 08/24/2023
90% Nothing Phone 2
Source: Chinahandys.net Allemand DE→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 07/26/2023
Notes: Note globale: 90% performances: 90% écran: 95% mobilité: 80% finition: 100%
90% Schnell, schick und richtig ausdauernd
Source: Tech Stage Allemand DE→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 07/26/2023
Notes: Note globale: 90%
70% Geniales System, schwache Kamera
Source: PC Welt Allemand DE→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 07/24/2023
Notes: Note globale: 70%
Nothing Phone Viel Bling Bling um nichts?
Source: Allround-PC.com Allemand DE→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 07/22/2023
80% Never Change a Running System
Source: Nextpit Germany Allemand DE→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 07/17/2023
Notes: Note globale: 80%
Ein feingeschliffenes Nachfolge-Modell
Source: Stadt-bremerhaven Allemand DE→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 07/15/2023
96% Nothing Phone (2) im Test: Die Rückseite blinkt wieder
Source: Teltarif Allemand DE→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 07/13/2023
Notes: Note globale: 96% performances: 90% écran: 80% mobilité: 100% finition: 100%
Talentierter und stärker
Source: n-tv Allemand DE→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 07/13/2023
97% Nothing Phone (2) Viel Lärm um nichts?
Source: Chip.de Allemand DE→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 07/13/2023
Notes: Note globale: 97% performances: 98% équipement: 95% écran: 97% mobilité: 100%
80% Nothing Phone 2
Source: Gamestar Allemand DE→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 07/13/2023
Notes: Note globale: 80%
95% Nothing Phone (2) im Test: Der Sprung in die Oberklasse?
Source: Computerbild Allemand DE→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 07/13/2023
Notes: Note globale: 95%
Das neue Nothing Phone (2) ist da!
Source: A1 Blog Allemand DE→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Courte, Date: 07/11/2023
95% Nothing Phone (2) im ersten Hands-on: Der Sprung in die Oberklasse?
Source: Computerbild Allemand DE→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Courte, Date: 07/11/2023
Notes: Note globale: 95%
89% Nothing Phone (2), análisis: los LEDs son el reclamo. El software es lo que realmente importa
Source: Xataka Espagnol ES→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 07/13/2023
Notes: Note globale: 89% performances: 93% écran: 90% mobilité: 90% finition: 90%
Nothing Phone (2), análisis: ¿es un diseño único suficiente para desmarcarse del resto?
Source: Hipertextual Espagnol ES→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 07/13/2023
89% Nothing Phone (2), análisis y opinión: Una segunda parte que sí es buena
Source: Computerhoy Espagnol ES→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 07/13/2023
Notes: Note globale: 89%
Nothing Phone (2), primeras impresiones: el móvil del hype regresa por la puerta grande
Source: Xataka Espagnol ES→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 07/12/2023
Review Nothing Phone (2) | Celular topo de linha com design ousado
Source: Canaltech Portugais PT→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 10/06/2023
84% Nothing Phone (2) review: a evolução natural de um smartphone único
Source: 4G News Portugais PT→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 07/13/2023
Notes: Note globale: 84% prix: 80% performances: 90% écran: 90% mobilité: 80% finition: 100%
Recensione Nothing Phone (2): un'icona con tanto stile e sostanza!
Source: Quotidiano Hardware Upgrade Italien IT→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 07/22/2023
74% Recensione Nothing Phone (2): adesso ci siamo ma a che prezzo?
Source: Evo smart Italien IT→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 07/18/2023
Notes: Note globale: 74% prix: 60% performances: 75% écran: 80% mobilité: 80%
Recensione Nothing Phone (2), l’evoluzione che fa la differenza
Source: Mister Gadget Italien IT→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 07/15/2023
70% Nothing Phone 2, diverso ma forse troppo audace
Source: Wired IT Italien IT→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Courte, Date: 07/14/2023
Notes: Note globale: 70%
85% Recensione Nothing Phone (2): concreto, ben rifinito e performante, ma il prezzo sale
Source: Tutto Android Italien IT→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 07/13/2023
Notes: Note globale: 85% performances: 88% mobilité: 87% finition: 87%
La recensione di Nothing Phone (2), un’altra categoria
Source: Techprincess IT Italien IT→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 07/13/2023
86% Recensione Nothing Phone (2)
Source: Andrea Galeazzi Italien IT→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Courte, Date: 07/13/2023
Notes: Note globale: 86% prix: 70% écran: 85% mobilité: 89% finition: 89%
75% Recensione NOTHING PHONE (2) : bastano tante migliorie e un design iconico? | VIDEO
Source: HDblog.it Italien IT→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 07/13/2023
Notes: Note globale: 75% équipement: 90%
Nothing Phone (2), lo smartphone più bello del reame: specifiche, prezzo e prime impressioni
Source: Corriere Italien IT→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très courte, Date: 07/11/2023
Nothing Phone (2): prezzo, caratteristiche e le nostre prime impressioni
Source: Techprincess IT Italien IT→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Courte, Date: 07/11/2023
Review Nothing Phone (2): Onbekend, maar het kennen waard
Source: Diskidee.nl Néerlandais NL→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 09/06/2023
85% Nothing Phone (2) review: zit de schoonheid ook van binnen?
Source: AndroidWorld.nl Néerlandais NL→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 07/13/2023
Notes: Note globale: 85%
Test Nothing Phone (2). Droższy, lepszy i bardziej dojrzały
Source: Instalki Turque PL→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 10/16/2023
80% Hit dla indywidualistów. Dwa miesiące z Nothing Phone (2) - test
Source: Telepolis Turque PL→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 09/30/2023
Notes: Note globale: 80%
Test Nothing Phone 2 po aktualizacjach! – Czy może być jeszcze lepiej?
Source: Techno Strefa Turque PL→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 09/16/2023
60% TEST: Nothing Phone (2)
Source: ITHardware.pl Turque PL→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Courte, Date: 09/08/2023
Notes: Note globale: 60%
Nothing Phone 2
Source: mGSM Turque PL→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 09/04/2023
Nothing Phone 2
Source: mGSM Turque PL→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 09/04/2023
80% Test i recenzja Nothing Phone (2). Niczym flagowiec
Source: Geex X-kom Turque PL→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 08/08/2023
Notes: Note globale: 80%
88% Recenzja Nothing Phone (2). Ależ to jest fajny smartfon!
Source: Tabletowo Turque PL→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 07/23/2023
Notes: Note globale: 88%
TEST | Nothing Phone (2) to najfajniejszy flagowiec, który kiedykolwiek testowałem
Source: GSM Maniak Turque PL→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 07/13/2023
84% Recenzja Nothing Phone (2). Najlepsza ewolucja ostatnich lat
Source: Android.com.pl Turque PL→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 07/13/2023
Notes: Note globale: 84% performances: 90% écran: 90% mobilité: 80% finition: 90%
Nothing Phone 2 - recenzja, test, opinia i dane techniczne
Source: Unite4buy Turque PL→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 05/19/2023
Обзор смартфона Nothing Phone (2): ярче, мощнее, дороже, но всё ещё очень необычно
Source: 3DNews.ru RU→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 08/01/2023
Nothing Phone (2) - több, mint elsőre látszik
Source: MobilArena HU HU→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 08/18/2023
Notes: prix: 50% écran: 60% mobilité: 75% finition: 75%
Nothing Phone (2): smartphone s unikátním designem a prémiovou výbavou (recenze)
Source: CNews.cz CZ→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 09/04/2023
89% Recenze Nothing Phone (2): povedený telefon, jen bez wow efektu
Source: Smartmania.cz CZ→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 07/19/2023
Notes: Note globale: 89% performances: 92% équipement: 85% mobilité: 85% finition: 94%
80% Nothing Phone (2) gjør «ingenting» riktig
Source: Tek.no NO→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 07/23/2023
Notes: Note globale: 80%
82% Test: Nothing Phone 2 – Det sitter i detaljerna
Source: Mobil.se SV→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 07/13/2023
Notes: Note globale: 82% écran: 80%
80% Nothing Phone 2: Mer prestanda och ännu mer egen stil
Source: M3 PC för alla SV→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 07/13/2023
Notes: Note globale: 80%
Nothing Phone (2) Review – Never Settle reîncărcat
Source: Arena IT →FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 10/12/2023

Commentaire

Qualcomm Adreno 730:

Puce graphique pour smartphones et tablettes intégrée au SoC Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1. Qualcomm affirme qu'elle est 30 % plus rapide que l'Adreno 660 du SoC Snapdragon 888. Pour Android, elle devrait être l'une des cartes graphiques les plus rapides fin 2021.

 

Ces cartes devraient être capables de faire tourner tout les jeux d'aujourd'hui, mais la plupart d'entre eux uniquement en détails moyens ou faibles et avec des résolution basses. Les plus vieux jeux ou les jeux moins gourmands restent jouables avec de beaux graphismes.


>> Plus d'informations sont à trouver dans notre comparaison des cartes graphiques mobiles et ainsi que dans notre liste des Benchmarks affiliés.


SD 8+ Gen 1:

SoC haut de gamme pour smartphones, introduit fin 2021 et fabriqué en 4 nm chez TSMC. Il intègre un "Prime Core" basé sur une architecture ARM Cortex-X2 cadencée jusqu'à 3,2 GHz. Trois autres cœurs de performance sont basés sur l'A710 mais cadencés jusqu'à 2,5 GHz. En outre, quatre cœurs d'économie d'énergie sont intégrés, basés sur l'architecture ARM Cortex-A510 et cadencés jusqu'à 1,8 GHz. En plus des cœurs de processeur, le SoC intègre un modem WiFi 6e, un DSP Hexagon (pour l'accélération de l'IA) et un ISP Spectra. Le contrôleur de mémoire intégré prend en charge la mémoire rapide LPDDR5 jusqu'à 3 200 MHz. La 5G est désormais incluse dans la puce avec le modem Snapdragon X65. Par rapport à la version non plus, le 8+ Gen 1 offre un Prime Core cadencé à 200 MHz de plus et un GPU cadencé à 10% de plus. De plus, elle est désormais produite par TSMC et non plus par Samsung.


>> Plus d'informations sont à trouver dans notre comparaison des processeurs mobiles.


6.70": Seuls quelques smartphones possèdent une telle diagonale d’écran. 

Un écran de plus grandes dimensions permettent des résolutions plus élevées, les détails comme la finesse des lettres seront meilleurs. Néanmoins, un écran de plus petite taille est synonyme de consommation énergétique moindre et souvent d’un terminal plus compact, plus léger et plus abordable.
>> Pour en savoir un peu plus sur la finesse des pixels à l'écran, jetez un coup d'œil à notre liste des DPI (PPP, points par pouce).


82.67%: Cette note est moyenne, Car la quantité de portables avec de meilleures notes est à peu près égale avec le nombre de portables avec de moins bonnes notes.


>> Plus d'informations sont à trouver dans notre guide d'achat pour les ordinateurs portables.

 

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realme GT Neo 5
Adreno 730
OnePlus Ace 2
Adreno 730
realme GT3
Adreno 730

Ordinateurs portables avec la même carte graphique

Honor Magic Vs2
Adreno 730, Snapdragon SD 8+ Gen 1, 7.92", 0.229 kg
Huawei Mate X3
Adreno 730, Snapdragon SD 8+ Gen 1, 7.85", 0.239 kg
Comparaison des prix
Stefan Hinum (Update: 2023-07-19)