According to some fresh pieces of information, Nothing has released the first updates for the Nothing Phone 2. In this short piece, we will uncover the most recent details regarding the phone’s OS and all upgrades.
Initially, the company debuted the smartphone with Nothing OS 2.0 and Android 13. The details indicated that the company will offer three years of Android OS updates. It indicates that the smartphone will receive updates all the way to Android 16. In addition to this, the company will roll out security updates for a time span of four years.
Currently, the Nothing Phone 2 features the stable version of Android 13. According to the available information, the smartphone will receive the first set of updates. Notably, the updates bring new features as well as some camera improvements to the smartphone.
What’s new in 105MB Nothing Phone 2 update?
The update size is 105MB. According to information uncovered by GSMArena, the camera of Nothing Phone 2 in portrait mode will receive 2x zoom. The 50MP mode will receive support for motion capture. Some other features like improved camera quality in third-party apps, a Nothing-style photo watermark, optimized photo clarity while shooting between 4x and 10x zoom, and others will also be a part of the update.
In addition to this, users can now access the Nothing’s Glyph Composer app on the Google Play Store. It means that users can now compose and record their own unique Glyph ringtones. Besides this, the Glyph progress bar now supports tracking Uber rides. Users can add widgets to the lock screen. Notably, the Nothing Phone 2 also includes an Always-on display mode that is exclusive to Nothing OS 2.0. Furthermore, quick settings widgets can also be added directly to the home or lock screens. Last, but not the least, the company has included a few new wallpapers as well as a one-handed mode.
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