It appears that the Nothing Phone 2a is indeed a reality, as the phone has leaked a number of times in the past, and now we are getting more and more evidence that clearly indicates that the phone exists and could be released pretty soon.
At $400, the Nothing Phone 2a could be an absolute bargain
The latest Nothing Phone 2a leak gives us information about what the phone is going to offer. You can expect a 120Hz OLED panel, a dual camera system with a primary camera being a 50-megapixel sensor, a new Glyph interface system, and Nothing OS 2.5 based on Android 14, 8 gigs of RAM, and 128 gigs of storage. The leak also tells us that the phone will be running MediaTek DImensity 7200 chipset.
Nothing Phone 2a PVT
– 120Hz OLED panel
– Dimensity 7200
– 50MP dual camera setup
– Ships with Nothing OS 2.5
– Android 14
– New back design
– Redesigned Glyph
– Glyph controls similar to Phone 2
MWC launch, Good for $400 pic.twitter.com/WNCoJoRMhW
— Yogesh Brar (@heyitsyogesh) December 16, 2023
Now, if the Nothing Phone 2a looks weird in the pictures above, it is most likely because this is a test unit. The source also mentions how the phone could launch at MWC next year and will cost around $400, making it the cheapest phone from the company. The company has already sent out invites, so we will most likely be getting this phone next year.
Honestly, I am glad that Nothing is venturing into a more affordable segment with the Nothing Phone 2a. The company has covered multiple segments, and I would like to see a proper flagship from the company, as well, since that is something that many people would want. The Nothing Phone 2 was a solid device but did not have all the latest and greatest hardware.
Considering that Nothing is still a relatively new company, it is safe to say that we will need to give them some time before they can truly deliver a product worth using.
Do you think that the Nothing Phone 2a will be a viable choice for people who are looking for an affordable phone but with some style? Let us know what your thoughts are in the comments below.
News Source: Yogesh Brar