Nothing Phone 2a launched in India for ₹23,999

Is it full of nothing or not?

The latest offering from Nothing, the Nothing Phone 2a, has arrived in the Indian market. The smartphone showcases Nothing's distinctive transparent design, a glyph interface, and a minimalist Nothing OS UI built on Android 14.

Powered by the MediaTek Dimensity 7200 'Pro' chip, co-engineered with Nothing, the Phone 2a has a 4nm processor that Nothing claims is 13% faster than its predecessor, the Nothing Phone 1, and 16% more efficient. Plus, it's got up to 12GB of RAM. Under the hood, you'll find Nothing's largest battery yet, a 5,000mAh powerhouse that the brand says can deliver up to 2 days of use per charge.

The phone features a 6.7-inch flexible AMOLED display with a peak brightness of 1,300 nits for easy outdoor visibility. Surrounding the display are symmetric bezels, which Nothing claims are the slimmest on any of their handsets at 2.1mm thick. 

In the camera section, the Nothing Phone 2a has a 50MP main camera with OIS and a 50MP ultra-wide lens. With software features like Motion Capture, Night Mode, and the TrueLens Engine's Ultra XDR, you can expect some stunning shots. The Glyph Interface now features a trio light configuration on the back. It can visually indicate incoming calls, charging status, and even sync up with the beat of your music. The Nothing Phone 2a is priced at ₹23,999 for the 8GB+128GB variant. Plus, as part of an introductory offer, you can get this handset for ₹19,999 on March 12.