The Nothing Phone (1) is right around the corner, and the company has been teasing the device for a long time now. Nothing has been revealing details about the device bit-by-bit, and now we get some camera info. The company confirmed the Nothing Phone (1) camera specs, and shared some camera samples for us to check out.
The Nothing Phone (1) camera specs got confirmed, camera samples shared
The main camera on the back will be a 50-megapixel unit (Sony’s IMX766 sensor, f/1.88 aperture, 1/1.56” sensor size). That camera will support both OIS and EIS, and will be able to capture 10-bit color video.
The second camera on the back will be an ultrawide unit, and will offer a 114-degree FoV (field-of-view). The device will support camera night mode, and scene detection as well.
Nothing also shared some camera samples. You can check them out in the gallery below, though do note that they have been compressed. If you’d like to check them as Nothing shared them, click here.
The company shared 8 camera samples
There are 8 camera samples here, and they do show various different scenes. You have a picture of a dog in daylight, and the same goes for a closeup of a cat. In addition to that, a landscape at sunset has been captured by the company, and a subway shot too.
Now, it’s worth saying that these camera samples look really good. The images seem well-balanced, reasonably vibrant, and there are no major issues with them.
They’re well-exposed, and even light flares are handled well. The Sony IMX766 sensor is a good sensor, as long as Nothing ends up including the right software for it. We’ll wait to make our judgment, though, for when we review the device. We always take official camera samples with a grain of salt.
The Nothing Phone (1) will launch tomorrow, July 12. That’s when Nothing will fill in all the blanks, even though a lot of information got shared thus far.