With Nothing OS 1.5, Nothing gives Nothing Phone (1) the first taste of Android 13

News Summary:

  • This means that Nothing’s Android 13-based operating system may be released to users soon. I don’t want anything to speed up hardware upgrades right now. The company is trying to make the existing smartphone experience as perfect as possible in its software department before jumping to release another device. It’s not a bad strategy. The company helps users get the most out of their purchases. Nothing Phone 1 starts at a reasonable price of Rs 27,499 for the 8GB + 128GB variant. The smartphone is equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G+ SoC and is a 5 G-capable device.

  • Consumer tech brand Nothing released the Nothing Phone 1 first. The smartphone now gets Nothing OS 1.1.7 based on Android 12. The company continuously releases updates to make users’ smartphone experience smoother. OS 1.5 based on Android 13 is not running on some devices in closed beta. Nothing co-founder Carl Pei tweeted on November 30, 2022, that Nothing’s Android 13-based operating system will be in open beta within two weeks. Now Pei tweets that Nothing OS 1.5 closed beta he is having trouble with users reporting bugs and is using it as a daily driver without any issues.

It can support both Jio and Airtel his 5G networks. Great software experiences make a difference in consumers’ lives. A stable Android 13 update is still months away from Nothing. Of course, we won’t have real feedback on the OS until the beta rollout goes live to consumers. Almost all major smartphone manufacturers have already released updates to their Android 13-based operating systems for their devices. The company is still entering the smartphone market, so it’s understandable that nothing takes time.

It’s always better to do something right than to do something quickly, especially when it comes to software.