After the launch of Nothing Phone 2 with the flagship chipset Snapdragon 8 Gen 1. The company seems to now focusing on a budget release of Nothing smartphone. The new rumoured model called the Nothing Phone 2a, seems to have become a reality. As new leaks and information surface on the internet.
Nothing Phone (2a) 30 Seconds Render
In the video posted by Dylan Roussel, we can see the back design which is quite interesting. It’s way different than the previous Nothing Phone releases like the Phone 1 and Phone 2.
This time the company seems to be going for the circular camera module. But what remains the same is the addition of the Glyph interface lights. However, here we only see a total of three lights and one of them seems to have a progress bar module. Similar to what we have seen in the Nothing Phone 2.
New Glyph Interface Layout
In the later part of the video, we can see the lights blinking to different tones. Therefore it should have a Glyph composer as well for the three provided lights. It would be interesting to see how those limited lights react to the different tones and compositions.
Nothing Phone 2a Leaked Specifications
Another huge change could be the switch to a Mediatek processor for the Nothing Phone 2a. As per the post, Nothing could use the Mediatek Dimensity 7200 in the new Nothing Phone 2a. Moreover, this move could be to keep the prices aggressive, especially in the Indian market. New leaks of the about phone section highlights further information about the phone.
Nothing 2a will get a 50MP + 50MP back camera setup with 16 MP front selfie. The display technology is OLED with a refresh rate of 120 Hz. Additionally, the phone will come with Nothing OS 2.5 based on Android 14. And also, the processor seems to be confirmed as the Mediatek Dimensity 7200.
Nothing Phone 2a Launch Date
The Nothing Phone 2a is expected to make its debut at MWC on February 27 in Barcelona. Nothing has confirmed an event with the teaser line “Nothing to see.” Last year, the Phone (2) was revealed at MWC and featured a Snapdragon 8-series processor, but the device wasn’t launched until the summer. It seems reasonable to anticipate the launch of a different smartphone series this time around.