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Nothing Phone 2a teased with Dimensity 7200 "Pro" w/ 742K points in AnTuTu!

Nothing teases the processor it will use on its third device called the Phone (2a).
Nothing Phone 2a teased with Dimensity 7200 "Pro" w/ 742K points in AnTuTu!
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Nothing Phone (2a) to feature Dimensity 7200 Pro

Nothing firm shared the information on its X social media page debunking those rumors circulating since December.

The brand posted that its upcoming device will feature a Dimensity 7200 Pro which is unseen yet in the market. We are aware of the regular Dimensity 7200 and the Ultra variant but this may be the first time we will see a "Pro" edition.

The brand also posted 9 min and 10 seconds of video discussing what to expect on its chipset.

Its product development team also said they were trying to decide from two other processor choices which are Snapdragon 7s Gen 2 and Snapdragon 782G. 
Dimensity 7200 Pro
Dimensity 7200 Pro

They considered those two since Qualcomm chips are more popular in general. The brand noted that they just couldn't justify the price to performance of the Qualcomm chips and decided on the more powerful Dimensity 7200 "Pro" variant instead.

The said chosen chip is manufactured in a 4nm TSMC process and is one of the most advanced processes available in the market. 

Furthermore, it yielded 10 percent higher benchmarks than those Qualcomm chip choices they mentioned above. On paper, it just simply offers better performance and efficiency in battery consumption, according to the Nothing team.

They also mentioned that the said device will have faster transfer speeds when sharing files via a wired connection on the user's Windows computer. In addition, Nothing developers have made a new "Smart Clean tech" that cleans out-of-order file fragments every one or two days in a week ensuring that its users will have smooth features as how they got the phone from Day 1.

This is their way of optimizing both the read and write speeds of the device making it usable for the long term.

Other things to expect will be the 12GB RAM and another 8GB virtual RAM.

What do you guys think?

Source: Nothing

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