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Nothing Phone (2a) price leaks ahead of official reveal

There’s a new Nothing Phone (2a) price leak, with the breakaway smartphone brand looking to occupy both ends of the mid-range bracket.

Official art for Nothing Phone 2 face down on a white surface for Nothing Phone 2a price leaks news as there are no official images of the 2a yet

Following official confirmation of the launch date, a new Nothing Phone (2a) price leak has given us a better idea of the cost of the third Nothing handset. Considering the big reveal is just around the corner on March 5, it’s no surprise to see leaks coming out of the woodwork, but if this one is true, it shows just how dedicated this brand is to making affordable phones rather than just expensive flagships.

French publication Dealabs has reported there are two configurations of the Nothing Phone (2a). There’s a 128GB of storage and 8GB of RAM version retailing for €349, roughly $375, and a 256GB of Storage and 8GB of RAM alternative going on sale for €399, the equivalent of around $430. This pricing puts the Nothing Phone (2a) firmly in the mid-range bracket, with plenty of competition from Xiaomi, OnePlus, and even some Samsung phones.

It makes sense for Nothing to release a phone that occupies the lower part of the mid-range market, with the pricier Nothing Phone 2 too expensive for some at $599 for the base model. Considering CEO Carl Pei’s criticism of some other smartphone brands in the clip detailing the launch of the (2a), we’re expecting a lot from the company’s third phone in terms of both hardware and features. We’ll have to wait and see to find out.

Unfortunately, if you’re reading this in the US, you won’t be able to get your hands on this mid-range model from Nothing without importing it. According to GSMArena, Nothing has confirmed that the (2a) won’t be available in the States on release, and if the original Nothing Phone 1 is anything to go on, it won’t officially cross the pond at all. Still, importing is pretty easy these days, so if you have your heart set on picking up this mid-ranger, you should still be able to make it happen, but perhaps for a slightly higher price.

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There you have it, the latest Nothing Phone (2a) price leak ahead of the official launch. While you’re here, be sure to check out the latest flagships from some other big Android names with our Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra review and ASUS ROG Phone 8 Pro Edition review, or see when you can expect the next Apple handset with our guide to all we know about the iPhone 16.