With the Nothing Phone(1), Carl Pei’s Nothing made its smartphone debut in July. It was unexpected as users had anticipated the new brand to be proactive with Android upgrades. However, an earlier report by Android Authority indicated that Nothing’s Android 13 update will be issued by 2023. Carl has since added the assurance that the phone will receive the Android 13 beta upgrade in late 2022.
They intend to deploy an Android 13-based Nothing OS beta version for this phone by the end of the year. Carl also announced the timeframe for its Android 13 stable release.
Recent Tweet from Carl Pei regarding Nothing Phone (1)
Here is Carl Pei’s statement regarding this on Twitter. He recently tweeted the following:
“Since launching Phone (1) last month, we have been closely monitoring feedback and have already released three system updates with continuous improvements on camera quality, battery life, as well as new features.“
“While we are working around the clock, we won’t rush on updates at the expense of user experience. This also applies to Nothing OS based on Android 13, where we aim to ship a beta version by the end of the year, with a full release in early 2023.“
Some other revealed details!
Carl has reaffirmed that Nothing won’t push out upgrades while disrupting the user experience. A month after its release, the business released three upgrades for the Nothing Phone. They improved the user experience, camera personality, battery life, and other features. It was based heavily on suggestions from existing customers.
Carl also mentioned that Nothing wants to provide some entertaining and captivating software experiences for the Nothing OS. Recall that Nothing OS, which is quite similar to standard Android, is pre-installed on this phone. It will be fascinating to see the new features of the forthcoming Nothing OS version.
Also read: Nothing Phone 1: Everything We Know So Far
Nothing Phone (1) Price in India
The price recently increased for the Nothing smartphone in India. They were justified by fluctuating currency exchange rates and growing component costs. The phone is now Rs. 1,000 more expensive than before. This indicates that this device’s entry-level model costs Rs. 33,999 to purchase in India.
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