Version 1.1.4, which is still based on Android 12 and brings stronger connectivity with the brand’s Ear (1) earphones, as well as further camera and software upgrades, is the latest update for the Nothing Phone.
Update version 1.1.4 is presently rolling out to the Nothing Phone, as announced by CEO Carl Pei over the weekend (1).
There are a few significant areas for improvement in the complete changelog, which is shown below. For starters, Nothing keeps working on its cameras, enhancing HDR shooting speed, color calibration when utilizing an ultra-wide lens, and images of moving things. There is also a watermark that may be used to indicate that a photograph was taken using the Nothing Phone (1) Does anyone actually use these, as an aside?
Nothing specifies that the update also includes the security patch for September 2022, enhancements to the thermal performance and energy efficiency of the always-on display, as well as upgrades to face unlock and a new user interface for system updates. The typical three-button navigation bar now has a new option that allows you to reverse the order.
The natural integration of the Nothing Ear (1) earbuds into the Nothing Phones’ own software, however, may be the most significant development. All functions from the Ear (1) app are now included in Nothing OS, according to the changelog, and ANC settings, gestures, and other features are accessible through the system settings and quick settings menus.
As previously said, Android 12 is still the basis for this upgrade because the Nothing Phone won’t receive Android 13 until sometime in 2019.
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