Nothing has introduced the Nothing Phone (1) in the last month in a bid to conquer its space in the smartphone market. Whether the phone will have success or not, only time will tell, but the company wants to establish its name as a good provider of software support. Earlier this month, the company rolled out Noting OS 1.1.2 for the Nothing Phone (1). Now, the company is rolling out the Nothing OS 1.1.3 update in a bid to deliver more stable software. The update is rolling out to all the units, and the focus is to enhance the camera’s capabilities.
Users can expect improvements in photo clarity when using the Nothing phone (1) front camera. The update will also provide faster Night Mode and HDR photo processing times. There will be richer color saturation when using the ultrawide module. Furthermore, the noise was reduced in zoom and the sharpness has been increased. When using the Glyph lighting images will be automatically adjusted to “optimal color and brightness”. There’s also an added reminder to clean the camera lenses.
Nothing phone (1) update brings a ton of improvements for the camera
There is also a new option that turns on Google’s Adaptive Battery to “intelligently optimize battery life”. There is a redesigned fingerprint verification UI for third-party applications. As usual, the update also promises to fix some of the issues compromising usage. According to them, there was a fix for an issue causing stuttering in apps like Twitter, Play Store, and others. There is a fix for the issue preventing the mobile hotspots from working properly. There is also a fix for a particular screen crash involving the fingerprint unlock in the update. Last but not least, the Nothing OS 1.1.3 update improves the UI on the Nothing Phone (1).
As always with such things, the rollout is happening in stages. Therefore, it may take a few days to reach all Nothing Phone (1) units. The update is quite small with just 64 MB.