New Nothing Phone (1) Leak Sheds More Light On The Camera Specs

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The Nothing Phone (1) has been all over the news for quite some time now. The device will launch on July 12, and some more info just surfaced. The Nothing Phone (1) camera specs have just popped up, well, partial specs.

The Nothing Phone (1) camera specs are mentioned in the latest leak

This information comes from Abhishek Yadav, a tipster, and he shared what seems to be a part of some sort of listing for the Nothing Phone (1). You can see that image below this paragraph. You’ll notice that some spec info is shared here.

Nothing Phone 1 camera specs leak


Let’s focus on the camera specs first, though. If this image is accurate, the Nothing Phone (1) will include a 50-megapixel main camera with an f/1.8 aperture lens. ‘Dual Image Stabilization’ is mentioned, and also “expansive shots with the 114-degree field of view’. Scene Detection will be included, and so will the Night Mode.

Let’s try to make sense of this, shall we? The 114-degree FoV part relates to the ultrawide camera. That basically confirms that the second camera will be an ultrawide one. If rumors are to be believed, this will be a 16-megapixel camera.

Both OIS & EIS could be included

It is also mentioned that “dual image stabilization” will be in play, which suggests both OIS and EIS will be in use, at least that’s what we got out of this. Scene Detection and Night Mode are nice additions, for sure.


On top of all that, it is mentioned that the Nothing Phone (1) will be able to record 4K video at 60 fps, which is kind of expected. Live HDR is the last camera-related detail that got shared here.

This screenshot also mentioned that Gorilla Glass will be included on both the front and the back of the phone, but we’re not sure what version. Nothing OS is mentioned, as is a 6.55-inch OLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate.

The Snapdragon 778G+ will fuel the phone, that’s something that Nothing has already confirmed, and it’s also mentioned in this screenshot. What’s interesting is that Bespoke widgets are also here.