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Nothing Phone 2A Arrives to MWC 2024 Ahead of March 5 Reveal

 Nothing Phone 2A Arrives to MWC 2024 Ahead of March 5 Reveal

The Nothing Phone 2A is making a late arrival to Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, unveiling its full design while saving the rest of its details for a March 5 reveal event.

The phone arrived to the convention floor on Tuesday and was followed Wednesday with an unboxing video posted to Nothing’s YouTube channel.

Still from Nothing's Phone 2A unboxing video. Still from Nothing's Phone 2A unboxing video.

The Nothing Phone 2A’s design gets a full reveal at Mobile World Congress, but Nothing is otherwise waiting for March 5 to give out more details about the device.


The unboxing video highlights a number of design changes coming to the 2A when compared to the Nothing Phone 2, which include the centering of the two rear cameras and a plastic design that allows for a degree of transparency on the sides of the phone.

While the video does not show the phone powered on, social media posts that Nothing reposted onto its X account show its signature Glyphs lighting up on the top half around the camera. The bottom half has a swirving design that appears to integrate the number two.

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But other then a peek at the Nothing Phone 2A’s look, this Mobile World Congress visit is serving as a teaser for Nothing’s own March 5th event. In a prior teaser video, Nothing also revealed that the upcoming 2A phone will run on a Mediatek processor instead of a Qualcomm one like prior Nothing phones. And while pricing wasn’t revealed for the 2A, this phone might be a cheaper alternative to the $599 Nothing Phone 2 if we take into account the choice to use plastic rather than metal for the phone’s body.

If the Nothing Phone 2A is indeed a cheaper flagship, it would join other companies’ efforts like the $500 OnePlus 12R, the $600 Samsung Galaxy S23 FE and the $499 Google Pixel 7A.

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