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Nothing Phone 2a seems to launch in the mid-range segment: Design and Display tipped

A tipster revealed that the company is developing a new mid-range phone that would be known as the Nothing Phone 2a. In addition to providing some tips regarding the phone’s characteristics, the user has revealed the phone’s model number, name, and design.

Nothing Phone 2a

Nothing Phone 2a rumored specs and features

The upcoming Nothing phone will be known as Nothing Phone 2a, according to a post on X by tipster Sanju Choudhary. AIN142 is the model number that is supposed to be on the phone. Notably, the model number and name were verified in the IMEI database back in August, so this is not brand-new information.

Nothing Phone 2a

An enormous 6.7-inch AMOLED screen with a hole-punch front-facing camera will be included in the phone, according to a Twitter leaker. Additionally, a grainy image that appears to reveal the back of the phone has been provided by the leaker.

It’s unfortunate that the image is so blurry that we can’t say much about the Nothing Phone 2a other than the fact that it has a transparent back panel and two cameras.


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