To showcase the capabilities of the two back cameras for the July 12 release of the Nothing Phone, the company has provided a huge amount of unprocessed, raw camera samples (1). If you’re interested in looking at them, you can download all of them in full size from this page after viewing a few of them below.
Nothing gave the camera samples and also revealed the Phone (1)’s camera specifications. The main camera of the ultrawide camera has a 50MP Sony IMX766 1/1.56″ sensor with an f/1.88 aperture and a field of view of 114°. The camera system supports both dual OIS and EIS, and you may take films with 1 billion colors.
Additionally, the Phone (1) will offer Scene Detection, which can identify what you are shooting a picture of and suggest the best settings, and Night Mode.
Nothing is more satisfying than having just two cameras on the back of the Phone (1) that provide fantastic results rather than having three or four shooters with substandard performance, even if the bulk of modern smartphones have three to four rear cameras.
“They stack cameras.” “Think more is more.” But more just means more cameras of lower quality. for an illusion of innovation. More lidar sensors you’d never use. more for the sake of it. just to take more from you. So Phone (1) has just two cameras. Two superb ones. Not four mediocre ones, “said Nothing in a blog post.
The firm has already indicated that the Phone (1) will include a 120Hz screen, Snapdragon 778G+ SoC, and an in-display fingerprint scanner, however, the exact specifications have not yet been made public.
The event is just a few days away, so there isn’t much longer to wait to find out everything about the Nothing Phone (1)’s features, price, and availability.