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How to buy the limited Nothing Phone (2a) in Singapore

By Cheryl Tan - on 5 Mar 2024, 8:30pm

How to buy the limited Nothing Phone (2a) in Singapore

#The100 Drops for Nothing Phone (2a). Source: Nothing.

Nothing is shaking things up with the Nothing Phone (2a), which was just announced via a launch event. Units of the phone are already slated to go on sale the day after the launch.

Where to buy Nothing Phone (2a) in Singapore

At 11AM on 6 March 2024, only 100 Nothing Phone (2a) units will be available for purchase at Chamber, a concept store by sneaker boutique Limited Edt. located in Orchard Road, Singapore.

435 Orchard Rd, #03-24 to 29 Wisma Atria, Singapore 238877 (Google Maps)

As a part of Nothing's #The100 Drops campaign, 100 devices per city will go on sale, in different cities like London, Manila, Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok and more.

The bundle will include a custom Phone (2a) case, a CMF (Nothing's sub-brand) Watch Pro, a watch strap designed by Limited Edt., a Nothing-branded Dupont paper bag, and other items that were not revealed at the launch. 

Each person will be limited to one bundle, and each bundle will be priced at S$499. The bundle is a special offer, as it is the exact same price that the Nothing Phone (2a) alone would retail at as well.

If you're not lucky enough to get your hands on the bundle, preorders on the phone start on 6 March 2024 and general availability from 9 March 2024 onwards. Find them at:

Nothing Phone (2a). Source: Nothing.

More about the Nothing Phone (2a)

The Nothing Phone (2a) is the company's attempt at breaking into an even more affordable price segment, considering the excellent Nothing Phone (2) was priced at just S$999. The Phone (2a) retains key design elements like the Glyph Interface lights on the rear, the transparent rear glass that shows off elements like the NFC coil and more.

Nothing Phone (2a) will run on Android 14 and offer three years of software updates and four years of security updates.

For more information on the Nothing Phone (2a), check out our launch coverage here.

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