Nothing Phone (2a) render leak shows missing Glyph lighting

Nothing recently made the official Nothing Phone (2a) announcement via its community video, revealing its first mid-range handset is indeed in the works and coming soon.  While the company provided no further details on the device, previous leaks have delivered multiple details about Nothing’s upcoming midrange, including its display and camera specs and an apparent $450 price tag. However, we had no insight into the handset’s design. Fortunately, a fresh leak from Smartprix, in collaboration with leaker @OnLeaks, has given the very first look at the Nothing Phone (2a).  Top leaker questions new Nothing Phone (2a) leak The leaked Nothing Phone (2a) render only shows the back of the smartphone, and the first thing we noticed is that the handset doesn’t have the Glyph LEDs, which have become an iconic feature since the Phone (1)’s launch.  If this is an accurate render of the Nothing Phone (2a), it would be the first smartphone from the company that ditches the Glyph interface. I'd be pretty skeptical of this alleged last minute redesign, for two reasons. Number one, it's not a standard Foxconn-sourced, CAD-based @onleaks leak, so his usual accuracy is not applicable. Secondly, the teaser tagline for the (2a), "See the world through fresh eyes," would…— Evan Blass (@evleaks) February 6, 2024 Top leaker Evan Blass seems to think the leak may not be the final design of the phone, though. He thinks the leak may be inaccurate, and we may see a horizontal camera layout on the Phone (2a). Not…Nothing Phone (2a) render leak shows missing Glyph lighting

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