Nothing OS 1.1.3 Delivers Good Camera Enhancements

Nothing OS 1.1.3 Delivers Good Camera Enhancements

Although the hype surrounding Nothing has largely subsided, the business has kept its head down and continues to release new firmware on a regular basis. The mid-July released Nothing Phone 1 recently received a fresh over-the-air (OTA) firmware update that includes a number of camera, user interface, performance, and bug fixes.

The phone's camera receives a number of upgrades with Nothing OS version 1.1.3. Selfie enthusiasts will be happy to learn that the most recent update has enhanced photo clarity while utilizing the front-facing camera. For images and movies captured in Night Mode and using HDR settings, the processing times have improved. When employing zoom, images captured with the ultra wide-angle camera will have enhanced color saturation, less camera noise, and increased sharpness. The phone will now further remind you to clean the camera lens in case there are any smudges.

When utilized with third party apps, the update now offers a revamped user interface for fingerprint verification. People who want their phone's battery to last longer will be pleased to learn that Nothing has made it possible to activate Google's Adaptive Battery. The battery life can be considerably increased with Google's Adaptive Battery, which can learn usage patterns. Additionally, adjustments have been made to address stuttering problems brought on by apps like Twitter and the Google Play Store.

Previously, there was a problem with the mobile hotspot on the phone not functioning. This has been fixed in the most recent release. The bug that caused the lock screen to crash when a notification was tapped on has finally been fixed. There have also been general bug fixes added, in addition to minor UI improvements. The 64.33MB update may be downloaded right now via OTA.

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