Nothing has released a new software update for the Nothing Phone 1. It comes with the software version NothingOS 1.1.2 and has a download size of 38.28MB. It’s not a security patch update. The device is getting several charging-related improvements, new AOD feature, fixes to some known issues, and more.
The latest NothingOS update for the Nothing Phone 1 is rolling out globally via OTA. The device gets a toggle for showing the fingerprint icon when the screen is off. After installing the latest update, the Always on Display (AOD) feature will not work at night. It has been turned off by default to save battery.
With the latest update, Nothing Phone 1 gets support for 3rd party chargers, which users were seeking for. Further, it optimizes the charging performance and UI details. Notably, the changelog has no mention of fixes or improvements to the green tint and deal pixel issue, which many users are facing. However, it mentions some general bug fixing and stability improvements.
Nothing Phone 1 NothingOS 1.1.2 update changelog:
- Added a toggle for showing the fingerprint icon when screen is off.
- Always on display will now be turned off during the night by default.
- Improved charging performance and compatibility with 3rd party chargers.
- Resolved Bluetooth codec issue.
- Optimised minor UI details.
- General bug fixes and stability improvement.
Nothing Phone 1 is a mid-range phone with a decent set of specifications. However, its rear design is what that separates it from other phones. The device came pre-installed with Android 12 out of the box. And the company has promised to send three years of OS updates and four years of security updates.
Is your Nothing Phone 1 unit infected with the green tint or deal pixel problem? Do you see any improvements in those areas after installing the latest update? Do let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.