Everyone is eagerly waiting to know about the camera specs and quality of the newly launched Nothing Phone 1. Also, most of us are well aware of the camera quality of the other two phones. Nothing Phone 1’s lowest price currently available is Rs. 31,999, whereas the OnePlus 9RT 5G is listed at Rs. 42,999, and iPhone 12 costs Rs. 53,999. You might learn how the Nothing Phone 1 compares to the iPhone 12 and OnePlus 9RT 5G and also decide which one to buy. Let’s find out the camera quality of the Nothing Phone 1 Vs iPhone 12 Vs OnePlus 9RT here.
Nothing Phone 1 Vs iPhone 12 Vs OnePlus 9RT: Camera specs
|Product Name||Nothing Phone 1||Apple iPhone 12||OnePlus 9RT|
|Wide Angle||50MP||12 MP||50MP|
|Ultra Wide||50 MP||12 MP||16 MP|
|Front Video Recording||1080p @ 30fps FHD||1080p HDR||1080p|
|Video Recording||4K @ 30fps UHD, 1080p||4K@ 1080p||4K, 1080p|
|Front Camera||16 MP||12 MP||16 MP|
Nothing Phone 1: Specs & Camera quality
Nothing Phone 1
The Nothing Phone (1) ‘s main camera automatically saves 12.5MP images, which turned out quite well. The greenery is well-developed, the sharpness is not excessive, and there is a lot of resolved detail. Even though they are slightly saturated and dull, the colours seem realistic. Additionally, there is little noise in all of the shots, and we believe Nothing did a great job with the processing—especially given that this is their first smartphone by this brand. Even without a telephoto camera, the Nothing Phone (1) viewfinder features a special 2x zoom shortcut. Although not called lossless, the digital zoom is nonetheless of excellent quality because it performs more than simply a straightforward trim and upscale.
The 2x zoomed photos don’t have the same level of sharpness as the default shots, but they have more detail than you may assume, and the remainder of the images match the primary examples in terms of colours, contrast, dynamic range, and noise.
Also excellent is the (adjustable) artificial blur in this phone. We also found the contrast and colours to be really appealing. This camera provides realistic colours, sometimes even with a small desaturation. The primary and ultra-wide cameras’ colour presentations clearly differ from one another. We hope that Nothing continues to work to make them better.
Overall, the ultrawide shots are excellent and have a tonne of resolved detail, so we are pleased with them. Furthermore, the Low-light selfie by the Nothing Phone 1 is pointed below:
- The colour saturation is decent.
- There is a good amount of resolved detail.
- The noise reduction achieves the ideal level of detail-to-noise ratio.
The Night Mode pictures are generally not upto the mark and are slightly unnatural.
iPhone 12: Specs & Camera quality
Apple iPhone 12
Daylight images appeared clear and bright, with vivid colours without oversaturated and appropriate detail, even in far-off objects. Although the resolution is notably worse, the ultra-wide-angle camera does superb work, and photographs have the same basic tone and little to no distortion at the corners. Close-ups feature outstanding depth of field that looks natural. The primary camera of the iPhone 12 appears to excel at reproducing excellent detail in close-up shots, especially when dealing with complicated exposures.
The iPhone 12 excelled in low-light photography, exposing details in landscapes that were completely hidden to the naked eye. This phone captured excellent contrast in topography and fine detail in close-ups with almost any ambient light present. Using the wide-angle lens, you can achieve decent results during the day and at night. Selfies are also clear and detailed, and Night mode enables you to shoot useable (albeit slightly grainy) images even in dark areas.
OnePlus 9RT: Specs & Camera quality
OnePlus 9RT 5G
The primary camera did a decent job catching details when shooting during the day. However, if I turned on the AI button, the colours appeared slightly unnatural. Furthermore, the images taken in Portrait mode were a bit hit or miss because unwanted subject parts occasionally tended to blur. Even though the digital zoom is just 10X, the photographs still came out well because they can be cropped.
In such conditions, the ultra-wide camera took extremely subpar pictures, and even with AI turned on, it wouldn’t switch to Night mode. In the daylight, the selfie camera produced passable selfies, although most faces were soft and the skin tones weren’t the best.
As a result of the stabilisation, there was some noticeable jitter when walking and some graininess in the video quality in low light, which was somewhat disappointing.
In the end
In our opinion, the camera quality of all three phones is impressive, but the iphone 12 has a little edge over the other two, producing more natural effects. Furthermore, the outdoor results suggested that the Nothing Phone 1 and iphone 12 produce great colour production compared to the OnePlus 9RT. The clear winner here is the iPhone 12, and we also love how it produces picture-perfect images.