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Nothing Phone (2a) official render reveals new design, no glyph interface

Nothing Phone (2a)’s official render has seemingly been leaked by popular tipster OnLeaks and SmartPrix. In the past few weeks, the rumour mill has leaked a couple of images that showcased the alleged Phone (2a) in a privacy case. The images revealed that the device will sport a horizontal dual camera system and probably house a round module.

In addition, leaks also claimed that the device will have a toned-down glyph interface as compared to the Phone (2) and the Phone (1). Here is a look at the newly leaked render, which tells a completely different story.

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Nothing Phone (2a) leaked render

Nothing Phone 2a leaked render

Nothing Phone 2a leaked render by OnLeaks / MySmartPrix

The Nothing Phone (2a)’s white variant can be seen in the leaked render. It reveals a vertical dual-camera system similar to existing Nothing phones. The back panel features some patterns that look similar to the existing models, which gives it a transparent feel.

The report states that the Nothing Phone (2a) does not use the company’s signature glyph interface system, which comprises numerous customisable LEDs. The company’s logo and the regulatory icons can be seen towards the bottom of the device. While the front side of the device is not revealed in the leak, it appears that it will have a punch-hole AMOLED display integrated with a fingerprint sensor. Rumours are rife that the Phone (2a) will also come in a black variant.

Nothing Phone (2a) specifications (rumoured)

As per reports, the Nothing Phone (2a) will have a 6.7-inch AMOELD FHD+ 120Hz display, a 32-megapixel front camera, and a pair of 50-megapixel cameras with OIS support on the back. The Dimensity 7200 chip may power the device with up to 12GB of RAM, up to 256GB of storage, and a 4,920mAh battery with 45W fast charging.

The Phone (2a) is expected to run on Nothing OS 2.5-based Android 14. The company claims that the Phone (2a) offers an upgraded experience as compared to the Phone (1).

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