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Nothing Phone (2a): Camera Upgrades and Wider Availability


The anticipation for the Nothing Phone (2a) is heating up, and leaks abound regarding its camera specs, display configuration, and launch details. Here’s a rundown of what we know so far:

Camera Upgrade in Tow:

Say goodbye to the single lens of the Nothing Phone (1). The (2a) boasts a dual-camera setup, possibly arranged horizontally. The primary sensor is a 50MP Samsung S5KGN9 with a large 1/1.5″ size and 1.0micron pixels, promising improved low-light performance. This sensor matches the Moto G84 and rivals the Nothing Phone (2) itself. Joining it is a 50MP Samsung S5KJN1 ultrawide camera for capturing expansive landscapes. Notably, a 32MP Sony IMX615 front camera, mirroring the OnePlus 10, resides in a tiny punch-hole, surpassing initial reports of a 16MP sensor.

Smooth Viewing Experience:

While details about a rumored rear display remain scarce, the Nothing Phone (2a) is expected to sport a 120Hz AMOLED panel with a crisp 1084×2412 resolution. Manufactured by Visionox and BOE, the panel promises smooth visuals and vibrant colors. This information aligns with rumors of a 6.7-inch display, ensuring an immersive viewing experience.


Global Expansion:

Compared to the Nothing Phone (2)’s limited availability, the (2a) aims for a wider reach. Four regional variants are planned: PacmanIND for India, PacmanJPN for Japan, PacmanEEA for Europe, and Pacman for the global market. This wider accessibility marks a significant shift for Nothing’s budget offerings.

Color Choices and Launch Date:

Black and White will be the available color options, though it’s unclear if both will be available immediately. All eyes are on the “Nothing to See” event at MWC 2024 in Barcelona on February 27, where the Nothing Phone (2a) will officially debut. Excitingly, a glimpse of the Nothing Phone (3) might also occur at the event, adding further fuel to the tech rumor mill.

With its upgraded camera, smoother display, and wider availability, the Nothing Phone (2a) appears poised to shake up the budget-mid-range segment. Stay tuned for official confirmation and further details as the launch date approaches!


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