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Work is going on on Nothing Phone 2a, will be launched with the features of Glyph interface!

It has been more than one and a half years since the smartphone brand Nothing came into existence. The company made headlines last year by launching Nothing Phone 1. The design of the phone impressed the users. A few months ago, the company also brought Nothing Phone 2, which is not much in the headlines. There was no discussion of this phone even in the festive sale. It is being said that now the company is preparing for a third phone and its name may be Nothing Phone 2a.

A user named @saaanjjjuuu has made this claim on social media platform X. He says that the company is working on a handset with model number AIN142. It is being said that this device will be released under the name of Nothing Phone 2A.

The user has also shared some specs of the product. It is said that the upcoming phone will have a 6.7 inch AMOLED display. There will be a punch-hole in the display of the phone, inside which the selfie camera will be fitted. The user has also shown a glimpse of the rear image of the phone. This suggests that this device will also come with ‘Glyph Interface’ LED lights.

Although we have not heard about this user before. Their leaks have also been seen for the first time. In such a situation, it cannot be guaranteed how reliable the information is. The company that makes Nothing Phone 1 and Nothing Phone 2 has also been launching earbuds. They were also brought in the name of Nothing Ear 1, Nothing Ear (1) and Nothing Ear (2). It is said that work on Nothing Year (3) is now going on.

Remember that Nothing was started by Carl Pei. The world also recognizes him as the co-founder of OnePlus. If the information about the arrival of Nothing Phone 2a is confirmed, then we will definitely share the rest of the details with you.

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