Nothing Phone (2a) will debut on March 5, with a limited US launch

Nothing has officially announced its first mid-range Android handset – the Nothing Phone (2a) through a video highlighting Nothing’s motive for making the Phone (2a) more affordable.  It’s a 10-minute long video featuring an interview with Carl Pei and Nothing’s “Industrial Designer,” Chris Weightman.  The video doesn’t provide any insight into the Phone (2a), except for the company’s motivation behind the development and the Nothing Phone (2a)’s 5th March launch at 6:30 AM ET. Carl spent most of his time discussing other smartphone brands like Vivo, Samsung, OPPO and more.  Carl takes digs at the competition in the latest video  In the interview, Carl speaks about how Nothing really cares about non-premium phones, unlike other brands. He went on to say,  I think a lot of people when they’re making products like this they’re assuming the user has low IQ so they’re putting useless things into the product that make it look good on paper but actually don’t help the user experience. So yes, this seems like it’s a very competitive space, there are a lot of products, but actually, if you think about it from a different perspective there’s actually no competition because there’s nobody that actually cares about these products. That said, Carl Pei also didn’t reveal much about the Nothing Phone (2a), like whether the handset will feature a metal build or not.  Nothing’s flagship, the Phone (2), sports an aluminum frame and a glass back. However, it is unclear if the Phone (2a) will receive the…Nothing Phone (2a) will debut on March 5, with a limited US launch

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