Nothing Phone (1) Vs OnePlus 10R: Which one should you buy?

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Nothing has launched their first smartphone named Nothing Phone (1). For the unaware, Nothing is founded by Carl Pei, the co-founder of OnePlus.

Previously, OnePlus launched their OnePlus 10R (aka OnePlus Ace) which comes at the same price as Nothing Phone (1).

Since both the devices have some similarities, people are confused to pick between the OnePlus 10R and Nothing Phone (1). Hence, we have pitted both the devices against each other and compared them based on their features and specifications.

Let’s see which smartphone should you buy and which should you ignore.


Nothing Phone (1) Vs OnePlus 10R

Many peoples are excited to purchase the Nothing Phone (1) because of its design which looks amazing. Also, when someone will call you on Nothing Phone (1), the glyph lights on the back glow in a chosen pattern ring which makes it unique as it does not found to be seen on any other phone.

Both the Nothing Phone (1) and OnePlus 10R are 5G supportive and have HDR10+ support to watch HDR content. Also, you can download Google CAM (or GCAM) for RAW Photos.

Display and Design

Both the OnePlus 10R and Nothing Phone (1) have an FHD+ 10-bit AMOLED Panel with a 120Hz Adaptive Refresh Rate. However, the OnePlus 10R has a 6.7-inches Display while the Nothing Phone (1) has a 6.55-inches Display.

The OnePlus 10R has a 2412 x 1080 pixels screen resolution, 360Hz Touch Sampling Rate, and 20.1:9 Aspect Ratio while the Nothing Phone (1) has a 2400 x 1080 pixels screen resolution, 240Hz Touch Sampling Rate, and 20:9 Aspect Ratio.

When it comes to design, almost everyone will like the design of the Nothing Phone (1) as the glyph lights on the back look amazing and attract people.


The design of the OnePlus 10R is also good but at the end of the day, you will find Nothing Phone (1) more attractive than the OnePlus 10R or OnePlus Ace.


Also, the Nothing Phone (1) has Corning Gorilla Glass 5 Protection on both sides and has an aluminum frame while the OnePlus 10R has Gorilla Glass 5 Protection only on the front, and the back panel & frame are made out of plastic.

Overall, both the phones have a good quality display and you will not face any issues with it. Now, if you want a compact phone, you have no choice other than Nothing Phone (1). However, if you are comfortable in any size, you can go with any of them.


Nowadays, everyone wants to know about the camera specifications before any smartphone whether it takes good photos or not.

Both the phones have a 50MP Sony IMX766 primary sensor with OIS but here Nothing Phone (1) leads because it captures original colors while the OnePlus 10R tries to over-expose the images.

Coming to other cameras, the Nothing Phone (1) has a 50MP ultrawide sensor which is also good while the OnePlus 10R has an 8MP ultrawide and a 2MP macro sensor which becomes useless compared to what Nothing offered.

Now, both the phones have a 16MP selfie camera, but here also, the Nothing Phone (1) wins as it captures more details than the OnePlus 10R.


In terms of video recording, both phones record good quality videos and have almost similar outputs. Also, the OIS on both devices helps in stabilizing the videos.

Overall, in terms of camera, we can say that Nothing Phone (1) has a good quality camera compared to the OnePlus 10R.

Performance and Battery

The Nothing Phone (1) comes with a 6 nm-based Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G+ Processor while the OnePlus 10R aka OnePlus Ace comes with a 5 nm-based Mediatek Dimensity 8100 Processor.

Now, Nothing has used an old processor in the phone and it stands behind the OnePlus 10R’s Mediatek Dimensity 8100 Processor.

However, both the chipsets are capable of playing every single game available in the market without any issues. Also, people prefer Snapdragon chipsets in mobiles rather than Mediatek chipsets.

Overall, we can say that both the phones will give you good performance without any issues.


Coming to the battery, the Nothing Phone (1) packs a 4,500 mAh Battery while with the OnePlus 10R, you will get a 5,000 mAh Battery but if you are planning to buy the higher variant then you will get a 4,500 mAh Battery (with 150W Charging Support).

The Nothing Phone (1) supports 33W Wired Fast Charging while the OnePlus 10R supports 80W Wired Fast Charging.

Overall, we can say OnePlus is the winner here in the battery department as it has a better battery with faster-charging support.

Operating System

All Android smartphones come with different types of OS, if you buy a Realme phone, then you will get RealmeUI or if you buy a Xiaomi phone, you will get MIUI.

These custom UIs comes with many customizations which users will not get in Stock Android, but most users still prefer Stock Android or close to Stock Android UI on their devices.

And, both OnePlus and Nothing have their custom UI which will give you a close to Stock Android feel. So, you can go with any phone.

Verdict: Nothing Phone (1) Vs OnePlus 10R

Based on the comparison, it came to know that the Nothing Phone (1) is slightly cheaper than the OnePlus 10R and it has a good design, cameras, and build. So, if you are tight on budget and want a good and balanced phone then you can go with Nothing Phone (1).

On the other hand, if you want to bigger battery and faster-charging support then we’ll advise you to spend some more money and purchase the OnePlus 10R.

At the end of the day, everything depends on your need and your choice whether you want a big battery or a good-looking phone. So, choose the phone as per your need.

So, this was the comparison of Nothing Phone (1) and OnePlus 10R aka OnePlus 10R. We hope that you guys must have liked the information given by us.

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