When will Android 13 be available for Nothing Phone 1? Carl Pei advises users to stop thinking about version numbers.

The Nothing Phone 1 has debuted with a distinctive design and cofounder of OnePlus Carl Pei in charge. Carl Pei isn’t exactly forthcoming with a release date for Android 13, even if the Nothing Phone 1 is scheduled to receive three years’ worth of Android updates.

When the Nothing Phone 1 was introduced, a respectable but not outstanding commitment to Android support was made. Starting with Android 12, the Android OS will receive upgrades for three years, followed by four years of bimonthly security updates. It roughly corresponds to the OnePlus smartphone strategy.

However, Android 13 is now available and gradually rolling out to Pixel phones. It is also currently in beta testing for devices made by OnePlus, Oppo, Xiaomi, and other manufacturers.

On the other hand, Nothing has not yet made any plans for upgrading the Nothing Phone 1 to Android 13. Carl Pei offered an intriguing answer when questioned about it, stating that a phone is more than just its specifications, functions, and version numbers.

Although true, it’s undoubtedly not a sentiment that inspires confidence in potential buyers.

Even while they don’t always make or break an experience, software updates are an important component of any phone, especially one that makes software a significant selling feature. Nothing promotes the product as having only the best of Android and a refined experience on its website page.

Addressing a legitimate topic like this can be perceived as a little off-putting, especially because Nothing’s update commitment lags behind most of the competitors and there are still technical issues with the current builds. Our Max Weinbach has been writing about his initial impressions of the Nothing Phone on Twitter , which include some obvious problems including a malfunctioning auto-rotate.

In any case, we anticipate seeing Nothing has announced its plans for Android 13 yet, so we’ll just have to wait and see.
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