Do you own a Nothing phone (1)? Then I have good news to share with you, Nothing company is soon going to start Android 13 beta testing for Nothing Phone (1) which was officially confirmed by the founder of Nothing Company. NothingOS 2.0 Android 13 official beta testing starting soon.
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Carl pie just tweeted another tweet about Android 13 (Updated 12:06 pm 23/11/22)
First builds of Android 13 working much better than expected
— Carl Pei (@getpeid) November 22, 2022
We are exactly not sure when the Android 13 beta testing will start Soon but we expect it to start next month may be before the end of this year we may see the first Android 13 build for Nothing Phone (1). Later this tweet was deleted & we don’t know the exact reason for this deletion.
A recent firmware update (version 1.1.6) for the gadget added a few camera enhancements, including increased video steadiness. However, Imint’s Vidhance Video Stabilization solution was not included in the changelog. Please let us know if you’ve updated the update on your device and have seen any enhancements in video stability. The update also added support for Google AR Core and a few Glyph interface upgrades. In our earlier coverage, you can find out more information about the software release.
Thanks to Imint’s Vidhance Video Stabilization Gen 4 technology, the Nothing Phone 1 is now able to record more steady video. Nothing has collaborated with Imint to incorporate the latter’s video improvement software on its phone, which ought to significantly boost video capturing by removing errant motions.
Are you guys excited about Android 13 for Nothing Phone (1)?
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