Nothing Phone (2a) AnTuTu benchmark score revealed online; launching on 5th March

After making its appearance online quite a few times now, Nothing Phone (2a) was recently confirmed to make its debut on 5th March 2024. The microsite for this device has also been made live on Flipkart.

Today the AnTuTu benchmark score of Nothing Phone (2a) has been revealed online as per which the device received a 738164 score with 4 degrees Celsius temperature gain and 4% battery drainage.

Although the chipset details were not revealed through the leaked image. Recently the pricing details of this device were also tipped as per which Nothing Phone (2a) will be arriving with two storage configurations- 8GB/128GB priced at 349 Euros and 12GB/256GB priced at 399 Euros.

Nothing Phone (2a): Specifications (expected)

The upcoming smartphone could be powered by MediaTek Dimensity 7200 SoC. The TUV listing of the device revealed that the device will support 45W wired charging. It may feature a 6.7-inch FHD+ OLED display with a 120 Hz refresh rate. It could pack up a 50MP main camera and a 50MP ultra wide camera on the rear side while on the front it could house a 32MP selfie camera.

Check out all the information revealed regarding Nothing Phone (2a) here.

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