Nothing Phone 1 was officially announced on July 12 globally and the device came with a unique and different designing setup and concept. The smartphone is having impressive specifications and it offers a premium feeling in mid range segment. The company offers the device with LED strips on the back panel and the back panel of the device is featuring a transparent design as well. It is also supporting wireless charging and runs on Android 12 out of the box.
We came across multiple reports which revealed that the device is having quality issues as well. Anyways, the software department of the company is working hard and the device has now received its third update in less than 30 days after its announcement. The newly rolled out update comes with lots of improvements. So without making any further let’s dive into the article to check out the complete details of the fresh build of Nothing Phone 1.
The latest Nothing OS 1.1.2 update is rolling out across the globe, and the size of the update is just 38.28MB. The update brings the improvements in various sections of the latest Nothing Phone 1.
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The update will show the fingerprint icon even when the display is turned off and the Always on Display will now be turned off during the night by default this will improve the battery life.
Nothing has provided major improvements in the charging performance of the smartphone and the same improves the battery’s charging performance along with offering compatibility with the third-party chargers. Apart from this, the company has also resolved problems with the Bluetooth codec and the update also fixes the general bugs and offers other UI optimizations.
Nothing is rolling out the update via OTA and if you didn’t receive the same then you can check out manually by heading to the settings app of the device.
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