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Nothing Phone 2a Display and Camera Details Leaked Before Expected 2024 Launch

As per recent leaks, Nothing appears set to announce its next smartphone, the Nothing Phone 2a, at Mobile World Congress 2024 on February 27th in Barcelona. Ahead of the expected launch event, notable tipster Kamila has partnered with Smartprix to reveal key details about the Phone 2a display, camera setup, and even potential wallpaper options.

The leak suggests the Nothing Phone 2a will feature a 6.7-inch 1080p OLED display supplied by Visionox or BOE. The panel will offer a 120Hz refresh rate for smooth scrolling and motion.

For photography, the Phone (2a) implements a dual rear camera headlined by a 50MP Samsung S5KGN9 main sensor, as found in Moto’s G84 5G. An accompanying Samsung S5KJN1 lens will provide an ultra-wide perspective. Selfies and video calls will leverage a 32MP Sony IMX615 front-facing camera.

Several purported Nothing Phone 2a wallpapers were also leaked, with names like “Ruxe,” “Nexul,” and “Azunim White.” The tipster notes four SKU variants being prepped, likely for regional market localization.

Beyond the display and cameras, rumors indicate the Nothing Phone (2a) will run Nothing OS 2.5 based on Android 14. A MediaTek Dimenisty 7200 chipset will power the phone, paired with 8GB RAM and 128GB internal storage for a potential $400 global launch price point.

As an affordable follow-up to the original Nothing Phone, the (2a) looks set to offer some welcome upgrades while still keeping costs relatively low. But full details will have to wait for Nothing’s expected MWC 2024 unveiling event on February 27th.

Kere O. Jonathan Okoh

I, Jonathan. I'm the Chief-Editor @JaybestTechReview And The Chief Engineer @Jaybest Tech Repairs. My work on the tech industry {Tech Reviews & Tech Hardware Repairs} is out of passion, with the intention of helping others solve their difficulties on their smartphone and publishing informative tech contents. When I'm not writing tech, then I'm fixing Tech, when I'm not fixing tech, then I'm reading tech.

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