Redmi Note 12 Pro Plus vs Nothing Phone 1: For Rs. 30000, this is the better phone
Redmi Note 12 Pro Plus vs Nothing Phone 1: Choosing between these two is easier than you think.
Redmi Note 12 Pro Plus or Nothing Phone 1? Redmi's newest launch makes it go head-to-head with the darling of tech geeks and enthusiasts, the Nothing Phone (1). With a starting price of Rs. 29999, this is the most expensive Redmi Note we have ever seen and Xiaomi has filled its spec sheet to the brim. A 200MP main camera, a 120W fast charging, and a 120Hz OLED display are just a few of the highlight features. But, Redmi being Redmi, the compromises are larger on this device.
That's where the Nothing Phone (1) comes across as a great option. For less than what the Redmi Note 12 Pro Plus costs, the Phone (1) flaunts an interesting design, a sorted midrange Snapdragon chipset, a bunch of premium midrange features, and a clean Android experience. The question obviously arises – which of these to choose if you have Rs. 30000 to spend on a smartphone? The answer is easier to find than you think.
mobile to buy?
Redmi Note 12 Pro Plus or Nothing Phone 1
Buy the Redmi Note 12 Pro Plus if:
- you value the Redmi brand name and want an established service network of a big brand.
- you value Xiaomi's highly customisable MIUI 13 experience.
- you seek a superfast 120W wired fast charging solution to fill up the battery in just a few minutes.
- you want a high resolution 200MP camera sensor to zoom in digitally.
- you want a big nice 120Hz 10-bit OLED display for watching movies and web shows.
- you seek good battery life.
- you seek a fast and reliable Dimensity 1080 chip.
Buy the Nothing Phone 1 if:
- you want an exciting new design with an excellent glass-metal build quality.
- a well-tuned dual 50MP rear camera that's closer to the iPhone 14 in terms of still photography performance.
- a nice big-enough 6.5-inch OLED display with symmetrical bezels and 120Hz refresh rate.
- Strong and reliable performance courtesy of the Snapdragon 778G+ chipset, it runs apps and games smoothly.
- All-day battery life.
- you seek wireless charging.
- most importantly, a clean Android experience. The Nothing OS interface is as clean as the Material You theme on Google's Pixel device.
- Longer OS update support.
The Nothing Phone (1) is a better choice for this kind of money. The user experience is well polished, something which the Redmi Note 12 Pro Plus lacks.