Nothing, the UK-based brand led by Carl Pei, has officially confirmed the imminent launch of its latest smartphone, the Nothing Phone 2a, in India.
Although specific details about the launch date and specifications have not been disclosed, Nothing has initiated teasers through an event page on its Indian website.
The Phone 2a is expected to be a mid-range offering and is confirmed to be an upgrade over the previously released Nothing Phone 1.
In a quarterly Community Update, Nothing announced the name of its upcoming smartphone, the Phone 2a, emphasizing its commitment to delivering an optimal daily smartphone experience.
The brand has set up a landing page on its India website to build anticipation for the new handset, encouraging interested users to sign up for notifications regarding the launch.
While the landing page provides limited information about the Nothing Phone 2a, the company asserts that it has been engineered to focus on essential daily user needs, leveraging Nothing’s expertise and craftsmanship.
Codenamed Aerodactyl, the phone is set to incorporate features from the previous Nothing Phone 2, promising an upgraded experience compared to the Nothing Phone 1.
Although the official launch date remains undisclosed, speculations suggest that the Nothing Phone 2a could be unveiled at the Mobile World Congress (2024) event in Barcelona.
The phone is anticipated to be positioned as a mid-range device, with a base variant priced at EUR 400 (approximately Rs. 37,000) for 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. Another configuration of 12GB+256GB is expected to be available, with colour options in black and white.
According to leaks, the Nothing Phone 2a will be powered by a MediaTek Dimensity 7200 SoC and run on Android 14-based Nothing OS 2.5.
The phone is speculated to feature a 6.7-inch full-HD+ AMOLED screen with a 120Hz refresh rate. Camera specifications include a dual rear setup with 50MP Samsung sensors and a 32MP selfie camera with a Sony IMX615 sensor.