Leaked images confirm it: the new Nothing Phone (2a) will be the British brand’s first mobile phone without its characteristic Glyph interface
It’s not going bad at all nothing, and it is not easy to enter and be successful in a market as mature as that of smartphones. For example, the firm led by Carl Pei, former CEO of OnePlus, has managed to sell more than 2 million devices in just 3 years with a very differential, almost niche approach, presenting us its characteristic Glyph Interface and those transparent rears with LED lights which critics and the public have liked so much.
However, now that numbers matter more and Nothing wants to sell greater volumes with a mid-range smartphone and a more affordable price, the already confirmed Nothing Phone (2a), it seems that users will have to give up precisely the Glyph interface if they want to save good money on a Nothing phone, and that will be the British manufacturer’s main cut to reduce the costs of your most democratic mobile.
It’s still just a rumor so let’s take it with sportsmanship, but the reports from Smartprix and the popular leaker @OnLeaks They seem very reliable, and as you will now see, they have achieved the first image of the back of this Nothing Phone (2a) which we will meet at the Mobile World Congress 2024 in a very few weeks.
In this image it can be seen that Its transparent back will not lose anything nor its iconic design, so striking but so expensive to manufacture, letting us see how much it has been liked. some detail of the guts of the smartphone, although now without LED lights nor notification notices.
In fact, we can now confirm a dual rear camera and also the drop in wireless charging, since that circle at the top is not compatible with the inductive coil having been placed so high. Even in the Nothing Phone (1) and Nothing Phone (2) they are placed in a centered position.
The new Nothing Phone (2a) will bring the iconic design of the British manufacturer closer to more pockets, to more users, although it will do so at the cost of losing the now classic ‘Glyph Interface’ and its LED notification lights.
We see that will have flat frames as modernity dictates, an industrial but recognizable design the details of the CE certificationwhich demonstrate the very advanced phase of its development and production, in addition to the reliability of the filtration.
There will be more information. Sure. It is tradition in companies a Carl Pei who handles the media better than anyonealthough anyway, soon we will be in the halls of MWC 2024 to get to know it and bring you first-hand information… Don’t disconnect too much!
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