Transparent phone manufacturing company Nothing is working on a cheap smartphone. This information came to light when the company changed its bio on X. It is being said in the leaks that this smartphone can be Nothing Phone 2a. Many information related to mobile phones has come to light since then. Meanwhile, a look of the smartphone’s design has been shared on X. A user named Dylan Roussel on X has shared a video of the phone which reveals the design of the phone.
In Nothing Phone 2a, you can see 2 cameras in round module, 3 glyph lights and an S shaped design on the rear panel. So that you can understand better, we are adding the video here. Dylan Roussel also wrote in the post that the new phone will work on MediaTek processor. The smartphone is said to have Mediatek Dimensity 7200 SOC.
Earlier in the leaks, it was said that the phone can have a 6.7 inch display with a refresh rate of 120Hz. If you watch the video carefully, this time you will get only 3 LED lights in the new phone. Apart from this, the company’s budget phones will not support wireless charging which is available in Nothing Phone 2 and 1.
Meet the Nothing Phone (2A)!
Codename: Pacman / Aero(Dactyl?).
Nothing’s next phone comes with a MediaTek SoC for the first time. MediaTek Dimensity 7200. It has 3 glyph parts, and a completely new design.
Launch event at MWC? pic.twitter.com/UTwk2bUjjA
– Dylan Roussel (@evowizz) 15 December 2023
May be launched in India soon
Nothing Phone 2a may be launched soon in India as it has been seen on the BIS website some time ago. It is being said that the company can share more information about this phone in MWC 2024.
Note that the information given is based on leaks. You will have to wait for accurate information. Apart from this phone, many phones are to be launched in the new year which includes OnePlus 12 and 12R, Samsung Galaxy S24 series, Realme GT 5 Pro etc. Most of the flagship phones launched in the New Year will come with Qualcomm’s latest chip.
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