Nothing reveals camera samples for the Sony IMX766 sensor turned on Phone 1

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On July 8, 2022, Nothing posted a blog on its official website, talking about the camera specifications. The company has finally confirmed that the primary camera on the Phone 1 is a 50MP Sony IMX766 sensor. It comes with an aperture of f/1.88 and has a sensor size of 1/1.56-inch. Additionally, the smartphone supports 10-bit video recording and features dual OIS and EIS on the main sensor.

Nothing has made available on its website the first smartphone’s camera samples. Initially, these pictures appear to be encouraging. Details can be found here. A dual-rear camera arrangement and an ultrasonic fingerprint scanner are anticipated features of the Nothing Phone 1. Despite the fact that these updates just appeared, it appears that Phone 1 will never stop raining. The business released the official camera samples just a few days before the launch. Additionally, the retail packaging for the smartphone was shown in a video by YouTube user “Technical Guruji,” and it appears that the smartphone will not ship with a charger.


  • Although, Nothing does mention anything about the secondary camera on the device which is rumoured to be a 16MP ultrawide/macro sensor. Nevertheless, the sample shots shared by the company look promising. They consist of wide-angle shots as well as macro shots. As seen in the video, Nothing has designed a rather unique retail box for its first smartphone, the Nothing Phone 1. The box is in the shape of a square and it is sleeker than the iPhone 13’s retail box. While there is a chance that the square box only contains the Nothing Phone 1 unit and it is a part of a larger package, it is being speculated that the Nothing Phone 1, like some of the smartphones in the market, will ship without a charger in the box. Since companies often design their power adapters, it could be


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