Nothing Phone 2’s Unveiled Design: Budget-Friendly Innovation

Discover the anticipated changes in Notting Phone 2a's design and hardware, stirring up buzz in the tech world.

Hesaneh Haddadi
By Hesaneh Haddadi
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One of the whistleblowers has revealed the design of the Nothing Phone 2a by publishing a video.

Yesterday, it was reported that a leaker has seen the design of Nothing Phone 2a, the new mid-range phone, and it has a horizontal camera setup on the back, similar to the Galaxy S10.

Now a video has been published on X social network that shows the design of this phone. Also, more details of the technical specifications of the latest Notting phone have been revealed.

In a post on X, Android app developer Dylan Russell has released an animated video that may be related to the Nothing Phone 2a. This video does not have many details, but it shows us the general design of the phone.

In this video, we see the front and back of the device. Not much is known about the front, but it looks like the back will have a different design than the Nothing Phone 2. Arguably, the most important differences are the location of the camera and the glyph.

Unlike the previous models, the Nothing Phone 2a appears to have dual cameras in a horizontal arrangement. So the previous rumors seem to be true but in the Glyph department, the device might come with only three optical bars.

It is said that the Nothing Phone 2a will be powered by the MediaTek Dimension 7200 chip, which, if true, will be the first Nothing phone with a MediaTek processor. Additionally, the phone’s model number is said to be A142.

Previous information has indicated that the mid-range phone from Notting will probably have a punch-hole for the selfie camera. Also, the Nothing Phone 2a is likely to have a 6.7-inch 120Hz OLED display, a 50-megapixel dual camera, and a 4,920 mAh battery. We still don’t know anything about the price of the new Notting phone.

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