Equipped with 12GB of LPDDR5 RAM (the base model is equipped with 8GB), the Nothing Phone (2) easily manages productivity apps like Microsoft Word and Snapseed for editing and exporting images. Even when exporting video, where the iPhone generally excels, the Phone (2) outperformed the iPhone 14 Plus, leaving a noticeable six-second gap between the two.

The test also showed that, while iPhones are notorious for being optimized to open apps quickly, even with less RAM, the iPhone 14 Plus struggles to run Microsoft Excel in the background, while the Nothing Phone (2) does it flawlessly.

At $699, the Nothing Phone (2) proved to be an affordable but serious competitor to the $899 iPhone 14 Plus.

Now enthusiasts are wondering how the Nothing Phone (2) will compete with the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max models with 6GB of RAM.

Source: Ferra

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