Nothing Phone (2a) render Glyph interface inaccurate

Nothing Phone (2a) render without unique Glyph interface was inaccurate

A few days back, we saw a render of Nothing’s first affordable smartphone and now the same source claims them to be inaccurate, yes Nothing is not going to ditch the glyph light interface on the Phone (2a). Accordingly, the device is expected to be unveiled at Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2024. 

As per the details, the previously shown render showcased how the Nothing Phone (2a) could have a dual-camera setup on the top left and ditch the Glyph Lights interface overall. However, a new update from the tipster suggests that the render was incorrect after all.

The image in the published render is of a Nothing smartphone that never came out; hence, the phone’s render didn’t surface on the internet either. However, the source claimed it belongs to the unreleased Phone (2a). The render can also be seen in one of the Nothing Phone (1) promo videos.

Notably, the source SmartPrix further states that, we also discovered that the furnished render looks different than the teaser Nothing uploaded on its social platforms. Hence, we’re concluding that the Nothing Phone (2a) render that we published without the Glyph interface a couple of days ago was, in fact, inaccurate.

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Nothing Phone (2a) render without unique Glyph interface was inaccurate

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