Nothing Phone 2 arrives in July 2023, and it looks like Nothing's next phone is just around the corner, but this time it looks like it'll be more of a mid-range machine than a flagship device.
As spotted by MySmartPrice, the Nothing Phone 2a has appeared on the TÜV certification regulatory website, indicating that the device has undergone the necessary final checks before being announced.
TUV stands for Technischer Überwachungsverein, or Technical Inspection Association, in German. This is an internationally recognized standard for certifying that electronic equipment is safe and suitable for launch.
The filing says little about the Nothing Phone 2a, but it does reveal that the device will support 45W fast charging. As you can see from our Nothing Phone 2 review, this handset supports the same charging speeds.
what to expect
Considering the Nothing Phone 2 retails for $599 / £579 / AU$1,049, you might even call this phone mid-range. This means that when the Nothing Phone 2a finally launches, it could be classed as one of the best budget phones. exterior.
Suggestions that the Nothing Phone 2a is coming soon have been swirling since December, with confirmed leaks so far suggesting a price cut of around 40% from the Nothing Phone 2's price. is suggested. .
We also hear that a 6- to 7-inch display, up to 12GB of RAM, and up to 256GB of internal storage will be available, and the device will be equipped with a MediaTek Dimensity 7200 processor. It is also expected to have dual cameras on the back.
Of course, Google uses a similar naming scheme for its midrange Pixel products, most recently with the Google Pixel 7a. The Google Pixel 8a is likely to arrive, but it's unlikely to arrive before the middle of this year.