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Nothing Phone (2a) Launched in India Starting at Rs. 23,999

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Nothing, the startup co-founded by Carl Pei, has officially unveiled its latest smartphone, the Nothing Phone (2a), in India. This budget-friendly device aims to deliver a premium experience without breaking the bank. Let’s dive into the details:

Key Specifications of Nothing Phone (2a):

Display:

  • The smartphone boasts a 6.7-inch FHD+ AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate. It also features a peak brightness of 1300 nits and is protected by Gorilla Glass 5.

Processor:

  • Under the hood, the phone is powered by the MediaTek Dimensity 7200 Pro chipset. This makes it the first phone to launch with this new processor.

RAM and Storage Options:

  • The Nothing Phone (2a) comes in three variants:
    • 8GB RAM + 128GB storage priced at Rs. 23,999
    • 8GB RAM + 256GB storage priced at Rs. 25,999
    • 12GB RAM + 256GB storage priced at Rs. 27,999

Cameras:

  • The rear camera setup includes:
    • 50MP primary camera with OIS + EIS
    • 50MP ultra-wide camera
  • For selfies, there’s a 32MP front camera.

Battery and Charging:

  • The phone packs a 5,000mAh battery with 45W fast charging support. It can reach 100 percent charge in 80 minutes.

Software:

  • The Nothing Phone (2a) runs Nothing OS 2.5, based on Android 14 out-of-the-box.

Unique Features:

Glyph Interface:

  • The Nothing Phone (2a) retains the Glyph Interface, albeit in a limited fashion. LED lights adorn the top shelf of the back panel, providing a distinctive look.

Transparent Design:

  • Like its predecessor, the Nothing Phone (2a) features a transparent back. However, it’s made from recycled plastic, maintaining the brand’s commitment to sustainability.

Pricing and Availability:

  • The Nothing Phone (2a) will be available for open sale starting March 12th on Flipkart.
  • On the launch day, it will be offered at a special price of Rs. 19,999 (inclusive of offers) for one day only.
  • Color options include Black and White.

In summary, the Nothing Phone (2a) combines affordability with impressive specs, making it an enticing choice for budget-conscious consumers who seek a unique and feature-rich smartphone experience.

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