Nothing Phone's camera (1) gets better with the latest update

nothing phone (1) update

It's been two weeks sincelast update released by the company, and now Nothing Phone (1) is updating again. This time the update concerns the Nothing OS 1.1.3, but like past updates it focuses on optimizing the overall software experience. In particular on the camera, improving various aspects, but also solving some bugs present here and there and adding the Adaptive Battery option natively present in Android 12.

Nothing Phone (1) updates to Nothing OS 1.1.3: here are all the news

Here is the complete changelog:

  • New features
    • Added option to activate Google's Adaptive Battery to intelligently optimize autonomy
    • Redesigned UI for fingerprint verification for third-party apps
  • Camera improvements
    • When you use Glyph lighting, images are automatically calibrated for optimal color and brightness
    • Improved the clarity of photos when using the front camera
    • Faster processing for Night mode and HDR
    • More saturated colors when using the ultra wide-angle camera
    • Reduced noise and improved sharpness when using zoom
    • Added a reminder to clean the camera lens
  • Bug fixes and performance optimizations
    • Fixed an issue that caused stuttering in some apps like Twitter, Play Store, etc.
    • Fixed an issue that caused the mobile hotspot to not work properly
    • Fixed an issue that caused the lock screen to crash after clicking on a notification and trying to use fingerprint unlock
    • Finished some minor UI details
    • General bug fixes
nothing phone (1) update

Weighing in at around 64MB, the upgrade to Nothing OS 1.1.3 is in the process of OTA roll-out, but it shouldn't take long for it to arrive on your Nothing Phone (1) as well.

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