Nothing Phone 2a Teased to Get New Colourways; May Come in Red, Yellow Options

Nothing Phone 2a Teased to Get New Colourways; May Come in Red, Yellow Options

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Nothing Phone 2a was launched globally and in India on March 5 in two color options: black and white. The company introduced the smartphone in a third blue color in India in April. The company may now launch the Phone 2a in new colors. The company may have teased the new colors through critical social media posts. A promotional teaser of the phone has also reportedly surfaced online suggesting that the new color options will launch soon in India via Flipkart.

Nothing Phone 2a new color options (expected)

Nothing may have teased the release of the Nothing Phone 2a with new color combinations. A post on Company X Profile contains only three colored dots: red, yellow, and blue. There is no additional text, images, hashtags or any other details to clarify what the dots mean.

Notably, both the Nothing X global profile and the Nothing India profile have changed their display images to the text “NOTHING (R)” written in yellow, red, and black dots. The black variant of the Nothing Phone 2a is available worldwide, while a blue color option for the phone is available in India. This could mean that the phone will soon have new colors, either red and yellow, or a mix of both.

While the Nothing Phone 2a is never mentioned by name in the official teasers, a Flipkart teaser spotted by FoneArena suggests that the new color variants of the Phone 2a will launch soon. Note that the new Nothing Phone 2a color variants are different from the Nothing Phone 2a community edition that will be released in July.

Nothing Phone 2nd Price in India Availability

The Nothing Phone 2a is currently priced in India at Rs. 23,999 Rs. 25,999 and Rs. 27,999 respectively for the 8GB + 128GB, 8GB + 256GB and 12GB + 256GB configurations. It is available in the country in black, blue and white shades.


Will the Nothing Phone 2 serve as a successor to the Phone 1, or will the two co-exist? We talk about the company's recently launched phone and more on the latest episode of Orbital, the Gadgets 360 podcast. Orbital is available on Spotify, Gaana, JioSaavn, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Amazon Music and wherever you get your podcasts .
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