Nothing Phone (1) Pushes Nothing OS 1.1.4 update

The Nothing Phone (1) mobile phone recently pushed the Nothing OS 1.1.4 update, which improved the camera and display. It also brings LHDC audio codec support and bumps the Android security patch level on smartphones to September 2022.

Nothing says that the Nothing Phone (1)'s ultra-wide-angle camera has been color-calibrated with the new update, so it can better match the main camera for a consistent and seamless image experience. In addition, Nothing has introduced new motion detection algorithms to increase stability and reduce blur when photographing moving objects. Here are the camera improvements:

  • Improved color calibration for ultra-wide cameras. to match the quality of the main camera. Get a consistent and seamless image experience.
  • There is less blur and better stabilization when shooting moving objects. This is thanks to a new motion detection algorithm.
  • Get sharper images in less time. Increased shooting speed when using HDR in ultra-wide-angle mode.
  • Night mode shots are realistic and color accurate.
  • Capture sharper, more natural-looking, and brighter portraits with the front-facing camera.

With Nothing OS 1.1.4, users also get new automatic brightness adjustments to prevent overheating, and optimized battery consumption for AOD displays to extend battery life.

Nothing Phone (1) Users can manually check for the Nothing OS 1.1.4 update by going to the Smartphone Settings > System Updates menu.

Nothing Phone (1) uses the Snapdragon 778G+ processor, has a built-in 4500mAh battery, supports 33W fast charging, and is equipped with Nothing OS based on Android 12. The major version update of Android 13 has not been pushed yet.

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