- The Nothing Phone 2a renders leaked earlier this week are being labeled as “inaccurate” by the site that published the renders.
- According to the publication, the information supplied to leaker Steve Hemmerstoffer was “manipulated.”
- At this point, we have no solid information on what the Phone 2a looks like.
Earlier this week, we got our first look at what we assumed to be the Nothing Phone 2a, the brand’s upcoming budget-oriented device. The leaked renders came from reliable leaker Steve Hemmerstoffer, aka “@OnLeaks.” With Hemmerstoffer, accuracy is usually of little concern. Sure, some minor details might be off, but nine times out of ten, what Hemmerstoffer leaks is what we eventually get when the real thing launches.
Unfortunately, it appears the Nothing Phone 2a renders are the anomaly. According to SmartPrix — the publication Hemmerstoffer partnered with to publish the leaked Nothing renders — the design depicted in those renders is “inaccurate.” That means we must retract our confidence in the images. As of now, we don’t have any clue what the Phone 2a looks like.