Nothing Phone (2a): Leaked Renders Reveal Design Tweaks Before March 5 Launch

As the highly anticipated launch of the Nothing Phone (2a) approaches on March 5th, leaks of its renders have surfaced once again. Shared by Nothing community member Greg2024, these newly leaked renders showcase subtle differences from the previously revealed images. Let's delve into a side-by-side comparison to unravel these distinctions.

Comparing Old vs New Renders:

The latest renders feature the Nothing Phone (2a) in a dark grey and white color scheme. Notably, the dark grey tone appears more like a dark blueish grey (#1d1e21), differing from the earlier renders' very dark grey color with hex code #353535. Even the red square on the new render seems to be darker.
Nothing Phone 2a Comparing Old vs New Renders
New (left) vs Old (right)
One noticeable change is the absence of dark cutouts on the back side in the new renders, a minor yet intriguing modification. These details raise questions about which rendition will ultimately make the final cut.

Design Elements:

Both versions of the Nothing Phone (2a) exhibit a horizontal dual rear camera setup within a round island, accompanied by three small LED strips. The Glyph interface does not extend to the bottom half of the phone's back, and a Nothing logo is prominently placed at the bottom left corner.
Design Elements
The phone boasts flat sides, with the volume rocker positioned on the left side and the power key on the right. In the white model, the buttons may have a contrasting black/grey color. The display is flat with thin bezels and a punch-hole cutout for the selfie camera.

Nothing Phone (2a) Specifications (Expected):

  • Display: A 6.7-inch AMOLED panel with FHD+ resolution and a 120Hz refresh rate.
  • Cameras: 50MP ISOCELL S5KG9 sensor (with OIS) and a 50MP ultrawide snapper on the back, and a 32MP front camera.
  • Software: Android 14 with Nothing OS 2.5 custom skin.
  • Processor: MediaTek Dimensity 7200 Pro SoC.
  • Memory: 8/12GB of RAM, 128/256GB of storage, and 8GB virtual RAM support.
  • Charging: Expected to support 45W fast charging; battery details remain undisclosed.


As we eagerly await the official launch of the Nothing Phone (2a) on March 5th, these leaked renders offer a sneak peek into the device's design evolution. The subtle differences, though minor, add an element of anticipation, leaving enthusiasts curious about the final presentation. Stay tuned for the official unveiling to witness how these nuances play out in the actual device.

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