Nothing Phone (2) Swedish House Mafia made Glyph sound pack

The Nothing Phone (2), the second smartphone from Carl Pei’s startup, Nothing, formerly a co-founder of OnePlus, will go on sale next month. With its distinctive appearance and promise of flagship-level performance at a lesser price, the phone is already creating much buzz.

Pei has been carefully disclosing information about the new phone that is intended to make it stand out from the competitors. We currently have a sparse amount of design information and almost the entire set of specifications.

But, more information about what to expect keeps coming in while we wait for the device’s official launch on July 11. For instance, today Nothing’s official Twitter account disclosed that the Glyph Sound Pack for the Nothing Phone (2) and, eventually, the Nothing Phone (1), will be created solely by the Swedish House Mafia.

The brand-new sound pack will be a component of the brand-new Glyph Composer, which enables you to remix and make your own unique sounds based on the ones that are already there. You can make your own Glyph ringtones and lighting effects by tapping the composer’s pads, which include numerous light and sound combinations.

According to the announcement, the Glyph Composer and Swedish House Mafia Glyph Sound Pack will be available on both the Nothing Phone (1) and the Nothing Phone (2). It follows that Nothing OS 2.0, which will be made accessible for both devices, will most likely contain this as a feature.

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One of the significant elements of the Nothing Phone has been the Glyph interface, and I’m sure that will still be the case with the Nothing Phone (2). Fans of personalization will undoubtedly find it appealing to have the flexibility to remix light combinations and house music tones on their own devices. I’m eager to find out what else Nothing has planned for its new device.

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