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The promising mid-ranger in full appears to reveal Nothing Phone 2a renders.

Recently surfaced online are leaked images purportedly showcasing the design of the upcoming Nothing Phone (2a), adding to the excitement leading up to its March 5 release. These images, shared on the Nothing Community forums by a user named Greg2024, offer a glimpse of significant design changes compared to the previous Phone (2) model.

In the leaked images, the Nothing Phone (2a) sports a distinct design, featuring horizontally aligned rear camera lenses positioned centrally in the upper half of the device. Notably, the traditional glyph has been replaced by three light strips surrounding the cameras, complemented by a unique pipe-like pattern extending downwards.


On the front, the images reveal a rumored 6.7-inch AMOLED display with thin bezels, accompanied by a pinhole selfie camera positioned at the top. Additionally, the placement of the power button on the right side and volume controls on the left is depicted. The Nothing Phone (2a) is expected to be available in black or white color options.

Analysis of the leaked renders suggests potential cost-cutting measures, including the removal of the rear glyph and wireless charging coil. The horizontal alignment of the camera lenses aligns with previous leaks and teasers, lending credibility to the authenticity of the images.

While specific device specifications were not provided in the leak, it has been confirmed that the Nothing Phone (2a) will be powered by a custom MediaTek Dimensity 7200 Pro chipset. However, details regarding RAM and storage capacity remain undisclosed, with rumors suggesting a minimum of 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage.

As for pricing, the exact cost of the Nothing Phone (2a) remains unknown, although speculations estimate it to be around $380/£300/€349. It’s important to approach this information with caution, as details may change before the official launch.

Coinciding with the leak, the CMF by Nothing sub-brand introduced two new audio products, including the Neckband Pro earbuds featuring active noise canceling (ANC). For those interested in top-notch ANC devices, TechRadar’s list of the best noise-canceling earbuds for 2024 provides valuable insights.

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