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Nothing Phone (2a) Special Edition unveiled with red, yellow and blue accents


That new colorway for the Nothing Phone (2a) which the company started teasing a few days ago is now official. Ladies and gentlemen, meet the Nothing Phone (2a) Special Edition. This is the Nothing product that has the highest number of colors on it yet, as it’s got red, yellow, and blue highlights applied throughout, as you can see.

Nothing Phone (2a) Special Edition unveiled with red, yellow and blue color scheme

That said, transparency is still at the core of the design, as you’d expect from Nothing. The Phone (2a) Special Edition “celebrates primary colors and their place within Nothing’s brand identity”, the official press release says.

Nothing Phone (2a) Special Edition unveiled with red, yellow and blue color scheme

While these three accent colors have all been used individually in Nothing products before, they’ve never stood beside one another in this fashion before.

Adam Bates, Design Director at Nothing, said:

We are very happy to unveil Phone (2a) Special Edition. The first product to explore our palette of the primary colors; red, blue and yellow. Its overall aesthetic references some of our design heroes from the past, whilst creating a new expression for a smartphone. Elevating a functional device into a striking piece of art.

The Phone (2a) Special Edition is available today in a limited quantity from Nothing’s official website with 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage for £349, €379, INR 27,999. On Saturday, June 1, you’ll also be able to pick one up in London at Nothing’s store in Soho.

Nothing Phone (2a) Special Edition unveiled with red, yellow and blue color scheme

It is identical to the Phone (2a) that’s been available for a while, aside from the special colorway of course. Thus, it has a 6.7-inch 1080×2412 120 Hz AMOLED screen, the Dimensity 7200 Pro SoC, a 50 MP main camera with OIS, a 50 MP ultrawide, a 32 MP selfie snapper, and a 5,000 mAh battery with support for 45W wired charging. It runs Android 14.

If you’re interested in learning more about the Nothing Phone (2a), don’t miss our in-depth review of it.



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