There’s always something interesting that every smartphone brand needs to do in order to keep its customers happy and new ones coming. Nothing did it with the design of its new Nothing Phone 1 but it’s also hinting at constant software support for the device.
The company has recently released another software update for its device which was released a couple of weeks ago. The device came with the Nothing OS 1.1.0 based on the current Android 12 OS. The new software update gives the device complimentary features such as HDR10+ and an improved camera user interface as well as other changes.
The new Nothing OS 1.1.2 isn’t entirely a major update but the minor tweaks can go a long way. The update was promoted by Carl Pei, Nothing CEO on Twitter.
A screenshot of the new update was shared online and it listed a number of feature updates from the previous Nothing OS 1.1.0. The update’s size is a little lesser than the previous 100MB.
Even at that, there are still a number of new features added to the experience including a toggle for showing the fingerprint icon when the display is turned off. Also, the default behavior of the device’s always on display is tweaked a little bit – allowing users to disable the feature by default at nighttime.
The charging performance of the device and compatibility is said to have been improved as well with third-party chargers – an issue many people have reported since the release of the device.
There’s also a minor optimization as far as the user interface is concerned as well as a Bluetooth codec issue being fixed. There are bug fixes and other minor tweeks to enhance the over experience of the device.
Those who are getting the Nothing OS 1.1.2 will be getting the July 2022 security patch – not August because Google hasn’t released that yet.