Nothing Phone (2a) Spotted on Certification Website
The highly anticipated smartphone from Nothing, rumored to be the Nothing Phone (2a), has made an appearance on a certification website. This latest development has further fueled the excitement surrounding the upcoming device. Nothing's founder, Carl Pei, has been dropping cryptic teasers, adding to the anticipation. The company has already confirmed its presence at the upcoming MWC event in Barcelona, where it is expected to unveil its next product.
TUV Certification Reveals Charging Speed
The Nothing Phone (2a) has recently obtained the TUV certification with the model number A142. The certification listing discloses that the device will support 45W wired charging speed, which is the same as its predecessor, the Nothing Phone (2). While the certification does not provide any additional details about the smartphone, it is worth noting that the device has also received BIS and TDRA certifications, suggesting an imminent launch.
Leaked Prototype Image Reveals Camera Setup
According to a leaked prototype image, the Nothing Phone (2a) will feature a circular camera module housing two camera sensors, with a 50MP primary lens taking the spotlight. The camera island will be surrounded by Glyph LED light strips, adding a unique touch to the design. In terms of display, the upcoming device is expected to boast a 6.7-inch AMOLED screen with an FHD+ resolution, providing users with a stunning visual experience.
Expected Specifications and Pricing
Rumors suggest that the Nothing Phone (2a) will be powered by a MediaTek Dimensity 7200 SoC. It is expected to come in two RAM and storage configurations: 8GB RAM with 128GB storage and 12GB RAM with 256GB storage. The smartphone will be available in White or Black color options. As for the pricing, the base model is rumored to have a sub-EUR 400 price tag, making it an attractive choice for consumers looking for a budget-friendly option.
With the Nothing Phone (2a) making its way through various certifications and leaks, the excitement for its official launch continues to grow. Fans and tech enthusiasts alike are eagerly awaiting more details about the device, which is expected to offer impressive features and specifications at an affordable price point. As the MWC event approaches, all eyes will be on Nothing as they unveil their latest creation.