The Nothing Phone 2a has been receiving frequent updates in the past few days as its launch date is just around the corner, less than a week away. While Nothing has already introduced Phone 1 and Phone 2, both catering to the premium segment with prices of Rs 35,000 and above, the upcoming Phone 2a aims to compete in a more diverse and competitive market with numerous options available.

A recent teaser has unveiled the design of the Phone 2a, providing confirmation on certain aspects of the device, including the chipset that will power the new Nothing Phone. The launch of Nothing Phone 2a in India is scheduled for next week, and we’ve compiled a brief overview of what to expect, covering its price, features, and more.


Scheduled for March 5, the Nothing Phone 2a will make its debut in India and other markets. The company plans to live stream the launch event online, accessible through Nothing’s YouTube page on the specified date.


The Nothing Phone 2a is anticipated to feature an AMOLED display with a high refresh rate, aligning with the current market standards. The device has been officially confirmed to be equipped with the MediaTek Dimensity 7200 Pro chipset, and it is anticipated to come with a 12GB RAM variant.

The introduction of the device with the widely acclaimed Nothing OS platform by the company could potentially elevate it to offer one of the finest UI experiences within its category. According to the Phone 2a teaser, the device is expected to feature a dual-rear camera setup, and the positive development is that, contrary to the initial leaks, the Phone 2a is now confirmed to incorporate Glyph LEDs interface.

Optimistically, we anticipate the phone to house a substantial battery, ideally supporting a charging speed of at least 45W, if not more. As for the expected price of the Phone 2a in India, leaks suggest that Nothing might adopt an aggressive pricing strategy, targeting a sub-Rs 30,000 range for the device.

This seems sensible, as pricing it higher would bring it in line with the Phone 1 and Phone 2, a scenario the brand is likely keen to avoid. We eagerly await details on how Nothing plans to position this product in the country and whether it possesses the necessary attributes for success.