Nothing Phone (2a) Specifications Leaked Ahead Of Its Official Launch At MWC

  • Nothing to launch its next smartphone, the Nothing Phone (2a), at MWC, 2024.
  • Ahead of its official launch, some specifications have been significantly revealed.
  • It’s expected that the smartphone will have an AMOLED display panel, Dimensity 7200 chipset, & more.

Nothing is preparing to launch its next smartphone, the Nothing Phone (2a), at the MWC 2024. The smartphone, as usual, is expected to sport a lot of new features and enhancements, considered to be a level-up from its predecessor, Phone (2). Although the exact specifications are yet to be official, through a series of leaks, we have received a few hints about what the smartphone could hold. 

Nothing Phone (2a): Expected Specifications

Similar to Nothing Phone (2), the Phone (2a) is also expected to be a mid-range smartphone. In contrast, since the specifications are not yet official, but apparently, ahead of any smartphone launch, several leaks and rumors already started flooding across the internet. In the same context, here are a few hints about the upcoming Nothing Phone (2a), thanks to a reliable website, Smartprix with tipster Kamila.

According to Samrtprix, the forthcoming Nothing Phone (2a) is expected to be powered by the MediaTek Dimensity 7200 chipset. The smartphone is likely to hold a 6.7-inch AMOLED display panel with a 120Hz refresh rate, boosting 1084 x 2412 pixels resolutions. Other than that, the front panel of the Nothing Phone (2a) with the model number rm692h5 is likely to be manufactured by China’s Visionox and BOE firms. 

Coming to the camera specifications, the Nothing Phone (2a) is expected to hold a dual camera setup with a 50MP Samsung S5KGN9 sensor and a 50MP Samsung S5KJN1 secondary ultra-wide camera. On its front section, there’s a 32MP Sony IMX615 selfie snapper with a punch-hole design. Do note that earlier leaks revealed that the front camera might hold a 16MP selfie camera. 


Nothing Phone 2a

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