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Comparison of the Nothing Phone 1 vs. OnePlus Nord 2T 5G.

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Comparison of the Nothing Phone 1 vs OnePlus Nord 2T 5G

We are comparing two very hot smartphones in this article. Nothing Phone1 and the OnePlus Nord 2T 5G. That comes for Rs 30,000.
Nothing 1 released the Nothing Phone in India.
As the company’s first smartphone, it promises to deliver on several fronts. The translucent rear panel and the Glyph Interface are two of Nothing Phone 1’s most notable features. In terms of specifications, the Rs 32,999 Nothing Phone 1 seems to be a no-compromise 5G smartphone. This year, it faces direct competition from the well-liked OnePlus Nord 2T 5G due to pricing. 

So how do these two phones compare to one another? Find out now.

Nothing Phone1 vs OnePlus Nord 2T 5G: Price in India

Nothing Phone1

8GB + 128GB Rs 32,999
8GB + 256GB Rs 35,999
12GB + 256GB Rs 38,999

OnePlus Nord 2T 5G

8GB + 128GB Rs 28,999

12GB + 256GB Rs 33,999

The Nothing Phone 1 is available in three configurations:

8GB RAM and 128GB storage, 8GB RAM and 256GB storage, and the most expensive 12GB RAM and 256GB model. The base variant starts at Rs 32,999 and goes up to Rs 38,999.

The OnePlus Nord 2T 5G, on the other hand, is available in two models.

The base model has 8GB RAM and 128GB storage and costs Rs 28,999. Its higher-spec’d model with 12GB RAM and 256GB storage costs Rs 33,999.

OnePlus Nord 2T 5G vs. Nothing Phone 1: Availability

For its very first smartphone, Nothing is sticking with the online-only model, and the Nothing Phone 1 will only be sold through Flipkart starting on July 21st throughout the country. However, due to its extended market reach, OnePlus has a significant offline presence. Both online and offline retailers carry the OnePlus Nord 2T 5G, with Amazon managing all online purchases.

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Comparison of the Nothing Phone 1 vs OnePlus Nord 2T 5G

Nothing Phone 1 vs OnePlus Nord 2T 5G: Specifications and Features. 

Both phones have a rather contemporary look and feel. The front surfaces of the two phones are nearly identical, except for the symmetrical bezels on the Nothing Phone1 and the Nord 2T’s prominent chin. In the production of the Nothing Phone1, which uses recycled plastic and aluminum, premium materials were utilized. The Nothing Phone1 does have a premium look and feel about it.

The translucent back with the internals arranged attractively is visible when the Nothing Phone1 is turned around. The LED strips that encircle all of the phone’s significant parts, including the cameras, wireless charging coil, and the bottom, are its key selling point. The top vertical camera system has two lenses that resemble those on the iPhone X. The phone also features a headphone jack-less design, dual speakers, two SIM card slots, and an in-display fingerprint sensor.

The OnePlus Nord 2T, on the other hand, features a glass sandwich design with a plastic mid-frame and expands on the concepts presented with the Nord 2 last year. The back has silky-smooth glass, while the front has Gorilla Glass protection. When the phone is turned over, the large camera module with three lenses organized in a distinct pattern is visible. The OnePlus Nord 2T lacks showy LEDs in favor of an alert slider similar to the ringer switch found on Apple iPhones. The phone also includes a dual SIM slot and is available in two colors: Gray shadows and jade fog.

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Memory, Processor, and Storage

The Nothing Phone 1 is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G+ SoC, which is the latest iteration. Qualcomm, one of Nothing’s partners, has updated the 778G+ SoC for the Phone 1 to add Wireless charging module compatibility. The phone is available in three memory configurations: 8GB LPDDR5 RAM and 128GB UFS3.1 storage, 8GB RAM and 256GB storage, and the most expensive 12GB RAM and 256GB storage.

In contrast, the OnePlus Nord 2T 5G has two RAM options and the most modern MediaTek Dimensity 1300 SoC. They are the top-tier 8GB LPDDR4X RAM and 128GB UFS3.1 storage option and the top-tier 12GB RAM and 256GB internal storage option.

Both phones promise a software experience free of bloat thanks to their unique UI strategies. Nothing clings to stock icons and custom fonts, but the Nord 2T inherits the company’s acclaimed OxygenOS UI.


The two phones’ differences in this particular region are fairly pronounced. A fairly sizable 6.55-inch Full HD+ OLED panel with the capability for a 120Hz refresh rate is included in the Nothing Phone 1. There have been no attempts to cut corners, and the display has HDR10+ certification and symmetrical bezels.

OnePlus, however, used the same Nord 2 panel for the Nord 2T. We get to see a 6.43-inch Full HD+ AMOLED panel with an HDR certification and a 90Hz refresh rate. In comparison to the Phone 1, all of the bezels are fairly thick.

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A 50MP Sony IMX766 sensor with f/1.8 aperture, Dual OIS & EIS, and a 50MP Samsung JN1 Ultrawide angle lens and an LED light are included in the dual-camera configuration on the back of the Nothing Phone (1). Additionally, a 16MP selfie camera with personalized AI features is located on the front. The camera UI has a good number of AI features scattered throughout.

Contrarily, the OnePlus Nord 2T 5G features a triple camera arrangement on the rear, including a 50MP Sony IMX766 sensor with f/18 aperture, OIS, and EIS, as well as an 8MP ultrawide angle lens, a 2MP macro sensor, and a dual-LED flash. A 32MP Sony IMX615 selfie camera is also included on the front for clear AI selfies.


The Dual-band 4G and 5G support, Dual-Band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5.3, GPS, and USB Type-C for data transfer are all included with the Nothing Phone 1 in terms of connectivity. The capability for 12 5G bands for global connection is the key feature here.

OnePlus Nord 2T 5G features dual-band 4G and 5G compatibility, dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5.2, GPS, and USB Type-C for data transfer. However, the phone only receives support for 8 5G bands in total, skimping on further 5G bands.

However, both phones now have an in-display fingerprint sensor in place of the 3.5mm audio port.


The 4,500mAh batteries on both phones are respectable. Nothing is the startup and receives a 33W fast charging arrangement. OnePlus takes the lead in this category with its unique SuperVOOC 80W fast charging setup.
Mezhar Alee
Mezhar Alee
Mezhar Alee is a prolific author who provides commentary and analysis on business, finance, politics, sports, and current events on his website Opportuneist. With over a decade of experience in journalism and blogging, Mezhar aims to deliver well-researched insights and thought-provoking perspectives on important local and global issues in society.

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