Did you look at these Nothing Phone (2a) back cover design surfacing on the internet?

Nothing Phone(2a) smartphone news has been buzzing for months in the market but despite that nobody has been able to make a bet on a single render. Two renders were surfacing on the internet and one has been now dropped by the source itself. Ever since it has been dropped the first render has got more expectation to come out as true on its shoulders. Based on the first render that shows the dual camera setup arranged horizontally in the centre, Duxducis has made the design of Nothing Phone(2a) back cover.

The back cover is transparent from the rear side and has cut out for the camera and flash. The camera is shown protruding from the back panel with a dual camera setup. Volume and power rockers buttons can also be seen on it. You can have a look at the back cover design below.

When the smartphone render is not confirmed the back cover design holds much less probability. We are not so far from the launch of the handset as it is announced to launch on 5th March 2024. As per the recent leak, the smartphone can come in two storage configurations. One of the 8GB/128GB variants can come with a price tag of 349 Euros while its 12GB/256GB variant can come with a price tag of 399 Euros.

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