Design choice of omitting the brand's signature rear glyph light, according to industry insider OnLeaks.
The leaked image, claimed to be an "official press render," shows swirling design elements in Nothing's monochrome style
The absence of the glyph light is considered a surprising decision, given that it is the brand's distinctive style
Nothing had previously announced a Glyph Developer Kit for third-party developers to control the rear light on its mobile devices.
OnLeaks suggests that the omission of the glyph light could be a cost-cutting measure for the mid-range Nothing Phone (2a)
Another leak by industry insider Abhishek Yadav on the X platform showcases hands-on images of the Phone (2a) with a bulky black frame
The rear camera array features horizontally positioned lenses near the top, differing from the Phone (2).
Yadav's leak provides specifications for the Phone (2a), including a 6.7-inch Full HD Plus AMOLED display with a MediaTek Dimensity 7200 chipset
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