Nothing Phone (1) New Update Brings Charging Performance Improvements, and More: Here’s Full Changelog

The new update improves compatibility with 3rd party chargers.

Nothing Phone (1)

Nothing Phone (1) is getting a new software update. The Nothing OS 1.1.2 update for all the Phone (1) users is now rolling out globally and the new update brings a few UI improvements and multiple optimizations and bug fixes. This is the third update for the phone after it was launched on July 12th.

The first update for the Nothing Phone (1) arrived right after the phone went on open sale and the update added a bunch of new features and enhancements. The second update was rolled out soon after and brought features like Tesla control, NFT Gallery, Glyph fill for portrait, multiple camera improvements and overall bug fixes and performance improvements.

Nothing OS 1.1.2 Update Changelog

The new Nothing OS 1.1.2 is now rolling out to all users and multiple users seems to be already getting the update on the phone. This is a small update compared to the last couple of updates and it has an update size of 38.28 MB only. Here is the official changelog of the new OS 1.1.2 update for the Nothing Phone (1).

  • 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 Ul details.
  • General bug fixes and stability improvement.

As you can see from the above changelog, with the new update the phone will now show the fingerprint icon even when the screen is turned off if you have enabled that toggle in the settings. Next, the Always-on display will now be turned off during the night by default 一 this might be due to avoiding excessive battery drain during the night.

Next, the new update also claims to improve charging performance and compatibility with 3rd party chargers. The update also resolves the Bluetooth codec issue and apart from that, there are some general bug fixes and improvements and minor UI optimization.

The Nothing Phone (1) is currently sold out in India and the company is yet to announce the next sale date of the phone. The Phone (1) starts at Rs 32,999 in India.

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