Nothing Phone 1 supports 120 fps Slo-Mo video recording

Phone (1) Nothing OS 1.1.3 Update

The Nothing Phone 1, one of the most anticipated smartphones of the past few years, is a serious hype, with a combination of OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei’s presence and flashing lights behind it. There’s also the promise of unique software, a disruptive impact on the smartphone world, and a lot of wise trade. – It’s time to take a closer look at the cameras.


Nothing Phone 1 has two cameras on the back and one camera on the front. On the back both the cameras of 50 megapixels, on the front, there are 16 megapixels (punch hole). Now, there are no mods included that you can use with these cameras. For instance, Night Mode is available on both its rear cameras and both can shoot HDR images.

Nothing Phone 1 120 fps Slo-Mo video

Nothing Phone 1 120 fps Slo-Mo video

Nothing Phone 1 120 fps Slo-Mo video supports

The main camera is undoubtedly the star of the show. You can use it to shoot slow-motion video at 120fps or capture time-lapse video. There’s also an Extreme Night Mode for really dark situations and a Panorama Mode for landscapes. Nothing is included in document mode, Live Photos is also part of the package.

Now, as expected, Portrait Mode is here for that bokeh effect, and Beauty Mode is here if you prefer. There is also something called a ‘Google Filter’. We’re still not sure what that is, but could there be a filter that makes images more pixel-like? I’m just spitting here.

Other Nothing Phone Camera Feature

  • OIS and EIS image stabilisation
  • Panorama Night Mode
  • Portrait Mode
  • Beauty Mode
  • Bokeh
  • HDR
  • Google Filter
  • Scene Detection
  • Live Photo
  • Document Mode
  • Night Mode
  • Extreme Night Mode
  • Night Video
  • Expert Mode
  • Panorama
  • Slo-Mo (120 fps)
  • Time-lapse
  • Live Photo
  • HD Portrait
  • Google Filter
  • Beauty Mode
  • Night Mode
  • 1080p video recording at 30 fps


  • 4K recording at 30 fps
  • 1080p recording at 30 or 60 fps
  • Live HDR at 30 fps
  • Slo-mo (120 fps)
  • Night Mode (720p/1080p at 30 fps)
  • OIS and EIS image stabilisation

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