Nothing has officially revealed some details of the upcoming Phone (1), such as its primary camera lens specs with samples, refresh rate confirmation, and it also confirmed in-display fingerprint sensor.
Just two days left for the Nothing Phone 1 launch, and you can check all launch event details and timing from this article.
Nothing Phone (1): Camera Specs, Fingerprint Sensor, & Retail Box
Nothing Phone (1)’s confirmed camera specs are 50 MP Sony IMX766 with ƒ/1.88 aperture, and its sensor size is 1/1.56. It supports capturing 10-bit color videos so that it can capture videos with billions of colors.
Also, this flagship has Dual OIS and EIS stabilisation and 114-degree FOV, including Night Mode and Scene Detection.
And the official camera samples are in the above image, as you can see every single hair of the cat’s nose in the focused area, and in another, the city view with detailing & clarity.
After launch, we might also see camera features such as a more focused capture mode and panorama.
Refresh Rate & Fingerprint Sensor Confirmation
Nothing has confirmed the flagship’s screen refresh rate and fingerprint sensor on its TikTok account. The company posted a video regarding refresh rate when someone asked about device screen refresh rate.
And it confirmed that Phone (1) would have 120hz refresh rate support and a smooth display option; you can also switch 60hz refresh rate.
Now, discuss its fingerprint sensor. As earlier leaked specifications suggested, it will have a side-mounted fingerprint sensor, but now the company has confirmed that it will have an in-display fingerprint sensor.
Some people criticized it for its leaked spec’s side-mounted fingerprint sensor. But now, this in-display fingerprint sensor has also increased its value because it’s an essential feature for this flagship.
Besides all these details, the Nothing Phone (1) retail box has also leaked in a YouTube video which confirms it will not come with a charger and the package will be slim-design and not like other smartphones box.