Nothing Phone (2a): New Renders Confirm the Design; Indian Price Revealed as Well

Nothing Phone (2a)
Image Credit: OnLeaks x SmartPrix


The Nothing Phone (2a) is the target of multiple leaks and teasers in the coming days. The fact is that Nothing’s first mid-range smartphone is expected with great anticipation. The brand aims to join the competitive field of mid-range smartphones with a device that brings the essence of its flagships in design, software, and experience. The Nothing Phone (2a) will launch on March 5 and the leaks aren’t slowing down. Today, thanks to trustworthy @OnLeaks and SmartPrix we have renders for the new handset that shed some light on its design. Unlike the previous renders, these might be the real day and reveal a Dark Gray Phone.

Nothing Phone (2a) Specs and Design Elements Confirmed

The renders confirm the camera design with a huge circular island comprising two big holes side by side. The “Fresh Eyes” design was teased in the phone’s announcement reveal. The renders also reveal a three-part Glyph interface around the camera island. That’s a simpler approach compared to Nothing’s flagships. However, the iconic feature will still mark its presence here. There is also a ribbon cable that goes from the top to the bottom part of the phone.

Nothing Phone (2a)
Image Credit: OnLeaks x SmartPrix

The Nothing Phone (2a) comes with a flat metallic frame with three metal buttons. There is a power button on the right and twin volume buttons on the left. The phone will come with a 50 MP ISOCELL S5KG9 main camera and a 50 MP ISOCELL JN1 ultrawide shooter. The front-facing camera sits in a centered punch-hole and it is a 32 MP snapper.

Image Credit: OnLeaks x SmartPrix

The phone is expected to include a 6.7-inch AMOLED screen with Full HD+ resolution and 120 Hz refresh rate. The battery capacity will be at 5,000 mAh and the phone will come with 45W fast-charging support. For the dimensions and weight, the phone is expected to be 161.7mm x 76.3mm x 8.55mm and weigh in at 190 grams.

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Image Credit: OnLeaks x SmartPrix

Dimensity 7200 Pro

Nothing also confirmed the smartphone that the Nothing Phone (2a) will premiere the Dimensity 7200 Pro chip. The regular Dimensity 7200 brings 2 x ARM Cortex-A715 cores clocked at 2.8 GHz and 6 x ARM Cortex-A510 cores at 2.0 GHz. However, the Pro variant was co-developed by MediaTek and Nothing. It promises 18% more performance than the Snapdragon 778G. We don’t know exactly how different the Pro variant is from the stock, but we can expect higher clocks for the performance cores. The phone is also quite efficient thanks to the use of a 4nm fabrication process. Interestingly, this phone appeared in Geekbench showing the performance of its Dimensity 7200 Pro.

The phone will also bring NothingOS with its unique features and UI elements. It will be based on Android 14 and will be close to stock Android, apart from the already-mentioned changes in the UI.

Pricing in India

Besides the specifications, SmartPrix suggests the phone will start under INR 25,000 in India. That translates to about €280. The phone won’t be available in the United States but will reach Europe.


The Nothing Phone (2a) will be an affordable option for those who want to join or perhaps support Nothing’s take into the smartphone market. The brand started with the Nothing Phone (1) in 2022 with the Snapdragon 778G+. Last year, the company took a bold step into the flagship market with the improved Nothing Phone (2) featuring the flagship-tier Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1. Now, the company will launch its first mid-range smartphone and the price is quite decent for a new brand. We are curious to see how successful the smartphone will be.

The phone will be revealed on March 5 and we expect the company to share more details ahead of the launch day.

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