Nothing Phone 2a leaked renders reveal a radically changed design

Nothing Phone 2a leaked renders reveal a radically changed design

Set to launch on March 5th, Nothing's affordable sequel brings its distinctive transparent design to a wider audience with the Nothing Phone 2a. Tipster Steve Hemmerstoffer has shared renders showcasing the upcoming device.

While still an upgrade over the Nothing Phone 1, the 2a features a wildly different design, notably with a revamped rear camera module. Departing from the vertically stacked lenses of its predecessors, the 2a boasts a circular, centrally-aligned island housing a pair of sensors within a pill-shaped cutout. 

The concentric grooves surrounding the module maintain Nothing's design aesthetic, with three LED lights integrated into the rear chassis for the signature Glyph lighting effects.

In terms of design, the 2a closely resembles its pricier siblings, featuring flat rails and a centered punch-hole selfie camera. Dimensions are expected to be compact at 162.2 x 76.5 x 8.7mm. However, unlike its predecessors' metal frames, the 2a appears to sport a more modest plastic frame, indicated by the absence of antenna lines in the renders.

Under the hood, the Nothing Phone 2a will be powered by a Dimensity 7200 Pro chip, an upgrade from the usual 7200. Rumored specs include dual 50MP rear cameras (a main S5KG9 and an ultrawide JN1), a 32MP selfie shooter, and a 5,000mAh battery with 45W charging support.

Additional features may include up to 12GB of RAM, 256GB of storage, NFC, an AI wallpaper generator, Android 14 with Nothing's customized Nothing OS 2.5.2 skin, and an IP54 dust/water resistance rating. While expected to be priced around Rs 23,999 according to some sources, others estimate it to be within the ballpark of <Rs 30,000.

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