Nothing, the device maker set up by OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei, announced the launch of its flagship Nothing Phone (2) on Tuesday, a follow-up to the version released last year. Available in white and grey, the model, debuting in the US, starts at $599. The 6.7-inch smartphone features a transparent design laced with LEDs called a glyph interface. Compared with Nothing’s earlier phone offering, the new glyph displays information via LEDs without needing screen activation. Users can see the volume, a stopwatch, delivery status, taxi arrival times, and phone calls without the screen lighting up. Equipped with a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, the phone is offered in three storage sizes: 8GB+128GB, 12GB+256GB, and 12GB+512GB. The phone’s rear main camera is a Sony IMX890 sensor, which supports 4K video shooting at 60 frames per second. [IThome, in Chinese]