Nothing Phone 1 is getting the first update with HDR10+ support, battery life optimization, and more

Nothing Phone 1 is getting the first update with HDR10+ support, battery life optimization, and more ...

The Nothing Phone 1 smartphone runs on Android 12, with the Nothing OS skin on top, giving an almost stock Android experience. The handset is expected to be released in several countries, including India, soon. The updatelog describes several changes to the interface, battery, camera, and more, as well as support for HDR10+.

The Nothing Phone 1 is getting its first update in several countries, including India. The update measures 93.81MB and addresses several of the issues related to the interface, the camera app, and more. With this update, Nothing has added support for HDR10+.

The Nothing OS system sounds have been enhanced, as have the Glyph Interface settings UI. Camera app effects have been enhanced, for HDR, portrait, night scene, and other modes.

With this update, the Nothing Phone 1's battery life has been significantly improved, as have the fingerprint recording and unlocking capabilities. There are other minor bug fixes that aren't mentioned in the changelog.

The Nothing Phone 1 will have a wider userbase when it goes on sale on Thursday, and it has already received an all-new Android skin. According to a recent report, several users are already complaining of a green tint on their displays. A Nothing spokesperson has announced that the company will soon release a new update to correct the issue.

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