Nothing released Nothing OS 1.1.2 for the Nothing Phone (1) at the beginning of this month, and today, roughly two weeks later, we receive yet another upgrade.

Nothing OS 1.1.3 is already being sent to Nothing Phone (1) devices all around the world, and it includes numerous bug fixes and camera enhancements.

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When using the front camera, you can anticipate improved photo clarity, quicker Night Mode and HDR photo processing times, richer color saturation when using the ultrawide, less noise and more sharpness when zooming, and images will automatically be adjusted to “optimal color and brightness” when using Glyph lighting. A further reminder to clean the camera lenses is included.

The Google Adaptive Battery may now be enabled to “intelligently optimize battery life,” and the fingerprint verification UI for third-party apps has been updated.

Finally, a number of problems were resolved, including those that resulted in stuttering in apps like Twitter, Play Store, and others, ineffective mobile hotspot functionality, and lock screen crashes after pressing on a notification and attempting to unlock with a fingerprint. Minor UI aspects have also been improved.

The rollout might be staged, as it usually is with such things, and it might take a few days to reach every Nothing Phone (1) out there. There will be a 64MB download when it does come. Our thorough, in-depth review of the Nothing Phone (1) is available for reading if you’re curious to learn more.


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