Nothing, the London-based company, is set to announce its upcoming smartphone, the Phone (2a), at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) later this month. While there have been numerous leaks and rumors surrounding the device, reliable tipster Steve Hemmerstoffer (aka Onleaks) has now shared a leaked press render of the Phone (2a), revealing some interesting details.
Changes in Design
One of the notable changes between the initial leaked renders and the latest one is the placement of the camera lenses. The Phone (2a) will have two vertically stacked camera lenses at the top left side, similar to Nothing’s other smartphones.
Another significant difference is the addition of a big circular element beside the camera sensors. This is in contrast to the large circular lines seen in the center above the wireless charging hardware on the Phone (2). It is worth noting that the Phone (2a) will not feature the unique Glyph interface, which is expected considering its mid-range positioning.
Transparent Back Panel
The Nothing Phone (2a) will retain the brand’s signature transparent back panel, similar to its more premium counterparts. It seems that the absence of the Glyph interface and the slightly different design are the company’s way of differentiating the flagship number series from the more affordable smartphones.
Additionally, a Reddit user has also shared an image of a prototype unit of the Phone (2a) that matches the latest leaked render, giving further credibility to the design.
The core specifications of the Nothing Phone (2a) are expected to include a 6.7-inch FHD+ AMOLED display, a Dimensity 7200 SoC paired with up to 12GB RAM and 256GB storage, a 50MP primary camera, and 45W charging support.
With the MWC just around the corner, fans of Nothing are eagerly waiting for the official announcement of the Phone (2a) and more details about its features and pricing.