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Nothing Phone (2a) to launch on March 5

The phone will be a “clear upgrade” from the first Nothing Phone on “every single front.”
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After teasing the Nothing Phone (2a), Nothing announced that it would launch the phone on March 5.

Although there is not much detail about the Phone (2a), in terms of its place in Nothing’s product line, it is expected to be a mid-range offering.

Nothing co-founder and marketing lead Akis Evangelidis said as much at the Nothing Community Update Q4 2023 video that the Phone (2a) will be “leveraging on the most loved features of Phone (2)” while ensuring that it’s a “clear upgrade” from the first Nothing Phone on “every single front.”

Carl Pei also added some context as to what to expect from the Phone (2a). He said that they “put so much care and love and attention to making sure that every part of the experience is as close to perfect as possible,” and that their team has been focusing on offering a “great performance and a great camera,” along with a unique design.

Nothing Phone (2a) launch date

According to some leaks and rumors, the Nothing Phone (2a) could have a 6.7-inch FHD AMOLED display with 120Hz refresh rate, a MediaTek Dimensity 7200 chipset, a 50MP dual rear camera setup, and a 5000mAh battery. Also, we could expect a transparent design and a variation of Nothing’s Glyph Interface.

In contrast, the Nothing Phone (2) has a 120Hz 6.7-inch AMOLED display, a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset, a 50MP dual camera setup, and a 4700mAh battery. Its price starts at P38,990 in the Philippines for the 12GB+128GB model.

Nothing Phones and accessories are available in the Phillippines, distributed in the country by Digital Walker.

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