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Rumors on Nothing Phone 2a Design Shake-up

Rumors are swirling about the upcoming Nothing Phone 2a, with leaked information suggesting a major design change for the device.

According to reports, the Phone 2a will feature a horizontally mounted dual-camera array on its rear panel, a departure from the design of its predecessor, the Phone 1. The leak also suggests that the Glyph lighting on the Phone 2a will be revamped, with most of it being dropped as a result.

Internally, Nothing may be planning to use MediaTek’s Dimensity 7200 SoC for the Phone 2a, marking a shift away from Qualcomm. The Dimensity 7200 is expected to bring 200MP camera capabilities to mid-range devices, along with the ability to capture 4K recorded videos and improved AI processing.

Speculation also points to a possible launch of the Phone 2a during Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2024 in February. This latest information comes after rumors about the Phone 2a first surfaced at the end of November.

While the rumored design of the Phone 2a may differ from its predecessors, known tipsters have suggested that the device will still feature design cues from the Phone 1 and Phone 2. A “working prototype” of the Phone 2a is said to feature a center-mounted hole-punch selfie camera on the display.

Other rumored features of the Phone 2a include a 4,950mAh battery, a 6.7-inch display, and the presence of Nothing OS 2.5, based on Android 14.

The leaked information has generated excitement among tech enthusiasts, who are eager to see how Nothing will shake up the design of its upcoming mid-range device. Keep an eye out for more updates as we get closer to the rumored launch date of the Nothing Phone 2a.