Nothing Phone 1 update download: The recently launched Nothing Phone (1), which made news with its unique design, has received a new update. The Nothing Phone (1) that runs on the Android 12 based Nothing OS released by the company a few months ago. Nothing is now rolling out OS version 1.1.2 for Nothing OS with new features and upgrades.
With the new update, Nothing Phone (1) custom schema is enabled by default for the always-on display functionality. This means that the always-on display functionality in Nothing Phone (1) will automatically turn off overnight. The latest Nothing OS also allows users to see fingerprint icons even when the screen is turned off.
The update also makes claims about better charging efficiency and compatibility with third-party chargers. The update also claims to have fixed the Bluetooth codec issue. Apart from this, the update also brings few additions to the user interface.
Nothing Phone (1) went on sale in India last month and the company will soon announce the second date of sale of the smartphone. The phone comes with several storage options and the 8GB/128GB is available for Rs 31,999, 8GB/256GB for Rs 34,999 and 12GB/256GB for Rs 37,999.
The smartphone with a 6.55-inch display offers a 50MP dual rear camera, a refined Nothing operating system (OS), a 120Hz OLED display with HDR10+ and a custom Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G+ chipset. There is no claim that the device will get three years of software updates and four years of security patches.
The Nothing Phone (1) has a unique design with a transparent back panel. The back of the device also has 900 LEDs that flash when notifications arrive on the device. Nothing calls this the Glyph interface. The Glyph interface has different patterns of how the LEDs blink.