Nothing Phone 1 receives a software update to Nothing OS 1.1.4, which includes significant camera improvements, bug fixes, and other improvements.

Neha Roy

 Nothing Phone 1, the first smartphone from the UK company, was revealed internationally in July by OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei. The business has already begun to provide Nothing OS 1.1.4, as well as the September 2022 Android security patch for the device. The update includes camera upgrades, power-consumption optimization for the Always On Display, and bug patches for the company's debut smartphone. Users may apply a Nothing watermark to their images after updating to Nothing OS 1.1.4, which also includes support for the low latency high-definition audio codec (LHDC) codec for the Nothing Phone 1.

Carl Pei tweeted on Sunday that Nothing OS 1.1.4 for the Nothing Phone 1 was now available. The new over-the-air (OTA) firmware upgrade includes new features, camera improvements, bug fixes, and performance enhancements. The update is 136MB in size, as previously stated.

The Nothing Phone 1's camera configuration looks to gain the most from the recent Nothing OS upgrade. The Nothing Phone 1 will now allow users to put a watermark to their images, similar to the recent Xiaomi, Realme, and Poco smartphones. The update improves the colour calibration of the ultra-wide camera while also enhancing colour consistency across the main and ultra-wide sensors. It also has a new motion detection system that provides improved stabilisation while recording moving subjects. Nothing has also enhanced the shooting speed of the ultra-wide camera in HDR mode, according to the changelog.

The business has merged the newest features from the Nothing Ear 1 app into Nothing OS with the release of Nothing OS 1.1.4. Users will be able to change noise cancellation options and tweak gesture controls directly from the fast settings panel and settings section. The update increases phone navigation accessibility by providing the ability to rotate the three-button navigation bar. It also has LHDC audio codec support.

The September 2022 Android security fixes are included in the update, according to Nothing's changelog. It also optimises the Always On Display function to extend the handset's battery life. According to the changelog, it includes a redesigned UI for system updates, enhanced thermal efficiency, and an improved face unlock algorithm.

Aside from standard bug improvements, Nothing OS version 1.1.4 resolves network difficulties with specific carriers. It also resolves an issue where incoming calls were presented as originating from an unknown person and a fingerprint issue with the HDFC Bank app.

The Nothing Phone 1 (Review) was released in July and has a starting price of Rs. 32,999 for the basic 8GB RAM + 128GB storage edition. In August, the firm raised the price of the device by Rs. 1,000 across all pricing variations.

Nothing Phone 1 specifications include a 120Hz refresh rate display, a 50-megapixel dual-camera array with a 16-megapixel selfie sensor, and up to 256GB UFS 3.1 internal storage. The Snapdragon 778G+ SoC from Qualcomm powers the device, which is coupled with up to 12GB of LPDDR5 RAM. The 4,500mAh battery of the Nothing Phone 1 supports 33W cable charging, 15W Qi wireless charging, and 5W reverse charging.

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