Nothing Phone 2A Specifications Leaked

Nothing Phone 2A Specifications Leaked

The anticipated Nothing Phone 2a is rumored to be the upcoming smartphone offering from the UK-based OEM, although the company has not officially confirmed the phone or its name. 

The emergence of details regarding a third Nothing Phone, coupled with leaked information and considering Nothing's product cycle, led to speculation that it could be the Nothing Phone 2a—a presumed budget-friendly variant of the Nothing Phone 2. 

A leak of a Production Validation Test (PVT) unit has provided insights into the potential design and certain key specifications of the phone, along with hints about its launch timeline and expected price.

Yogesh Brar (@heyitsyogesh), a reliable tipster, shared probable specifications of the rumored Nothing Phone 2a on X (formerly Twitter). According to the tipster, the Nothing Phone 2a is anticipated to debut at the 2024 Mobile World Congress in February, with an estimated price tag of $400 (approximately Rs. 33,200). 

He also released leaked images of the PVT unit, revealing a redesigned back panel. PVT units, produced in smaller batches during production, are employed for testing functionalities, hardware, and quality standards.

In the disclosed images, the supposed Nothing Phone 2a showcases a centered hole-punch display, while the back panel features a horizontally positioned camera module at the top center— a departure from the design seen in other Nothing handsets.

The tipster suggests that the Nothing Phone 2a, in addition to the revamped back panel, may introduce a redesigned Glyph Interface, offering Glyph controls similar to the Nothing Phone 2. Another source hints at the handset incorporating 3 Glyph parts.

According to the tipster and the leaked images, the Nothing Phone 2a is expected to feature a 120Hz OLED panel. The phone might be powered by a MediaTek Dimensity 7200 SoC, coupled with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. 

It is likely to run on Nothing OS 2.5 based on Android 14 and sport a 50-megapixel dual rear camera system. While previous rumors suggested a 6.7-inch AMOLED display, it is advisable to approach these specifications cautiously, as the leaked image's About page inaccurately lists a 1,000mAh battery—clearly an error, given its implausibly small size for even an entry-level smartphone.

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