Nothing Phone (1) camera leaks! Display could be one of the best
Nothing Phone (1) leak further reveals more information about its cameras and display. Check them out.
Nothing Phone (1) details are leaking left, right, and center! Just when you assume you have known the most you could about it, another leak comes out revealing something new. This time, it is pertaining to its cameras and the display. So far, we have known how the Nothing Phone (1) looks in pictures and in reality; how it looks in both white and black colours; and what chipset will power the phone. Not much attention has been laid on the two other crucial areas – display and cameras. Thankfully, you don't have to wait for it anymore.
The leaked information from tipster Abhishek Yadav reveals what kind of display and cameras will the Nothing Phone (1) have. He seems to have gotten his information from a leaked Amazon listing. It reaffirms the specs we have already known about the phone, including the Snapdragon 778G+ chipset. However, it also mentions that the phone will feature a 6.5-inch OLED display with a refresh rate of 120Hz. This will be an adaptive refresh rate panel, meaning it could change the refresh rate based on the content you watch.
Nothing Phone (1) leak reveals more info
The Nothing Phone (1) is also said to have a dual rear camera setup led by a 50MP main camera. This camera will have a f/1.8 lens but there is no information on the camera sensor (will Nothing use a Samsung sensor?). There is no info on the secondary camera other than the fact that it has a 114-degrees FOV lens. Rumours suggest this could be a 16MP camera sensor. The camera will also have features such as Intelligent Scene detection as well as Night mode. It can also record 4K videos at up to 60 fps.
The phone will have Gorilla Glass protection on both the front and back. The phone will also feature Glyph notification lights. It will boot Android 12 out of the box along with Nothing OS.
A previous rumour suggested the starting price of the Nothing Phone (1) to be around Rs. 35000, while top variants could cost more. Nothing would want its first smartphone to be more accessible and hence, the pricing could be lower than most midrange Android phones.