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Nothing Phone (2a) design concept with horizontal camera

Nothing unveils the phone (2a) at the Mobile World Congress

Nothing unveiled the back of the Nothing Phone (2a) at the Mobile World Congress (MWC). You couldn't touch the device yet, but the official launch is only a few days away!

Nothing Phone (2nd)

Shortly after the announcement of the MediaTek Dimensity 7200 Pro as the processor for the upcoming Nothing Phone (2a), Nothing also presented the design of the smartphone. On the sidelines of the MWC in Barcelona, ​​international press and media representatives were able to examine the Nothing Phone (2a) in a locked display case.

Nothing Phone (2a) Box

The phone was hidden in here (2a). Time for an unboxing?!

The iconic design of the NothingPhone (2), known for its transparent back, is also continued to a certain extent on the phone (2a). Nothing explains that the design of the Phone (2a) is based on the original smartphone design concept developed when the company was founded in 2020.

A deliberate separation between the upper and lower parts of the device contributes to aesthetic symmetry. In contrast to the Nothing Phone (2), the cameras are on the back horizontal instead of being arranged vertically, they are surrounded by the circular NFC coil, which symbolically represents the “brain” of the device. According to Nothing, the arrangement also offers practical advantages by making the smartphone more stable and secure.

Nothing Phone (2a) back in white

The Nothing Glyph is back on board, but only in the upper area and with fewer LED elements.

The design of the phone's bottom line (2a) is inspired by the famous New York subway map and is intended to highlight the "asymmetrical balance" of the smartphone.

Nothing will reveal all details about the phone (2a) on March 5th at 12:30 p.m. Central European Time during the "Fresh Eyes" release event. The event can be viewed on the website be followed.

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