The London-based company has started teasing the Nothing Phone (2) on its social media channels ahead of its July 11 launch in India. Nothing teased the design of its upcoming handset in an image.

In a tweet that included an image of the phone’s back, the company said, “Ahead of the curve. See you on 11 July for the official launch of Phone (2).” We’ve been able to get a good sense of what to expect from Nothing’s extended Twitter teaser campaign, whether it’s an extreme close-up or a silhouette. In the image above, transparent elements and a red LED are hinted at as a minor facelift compared to Phone 1.

As with the previous model, the mid-frame will be made from 100% recycled aluminum and produced entirely with renewable energy.

The distinctive glyph lighting will return, but now with more individual elements for more complex animations. Rather than go full RGB, it seems to stick with white lights only. In partnership with dance music supergroup Swedish House Mafia, a new app will allow you to remix them to create unique light shows and music jingles.

Phone 2 will have a 6.7-inch display, up from 6.55 on Phone 1, and more in line with flagship rivals such as the Google Pixel 7 Pro. With a 120Hz refresh rate, it will almost certainly match Phone 1, but it’s unclear if LTPO adaptive tech will be included. It is widely expected that screen resolution will reach FHD+ at the highest end. Phone 2 will have a center-mounted punch-hole selfie camera instead of the left-justified one on Phone 1.

Currently, only a white model has been teased, so it’s unclear if a black version will follow.