Nothing Phone (1) Starts Getting Nothing OS 2.0 Update

Nothing OS 2.0 Update Rolled Out for Nothing Phone (1)

Nothing OS 2.0 Reaches Nothing Phone (1)

Back in June, Carl Pei, co-founder of Nothing, confirmed that the Phone (1) would receive the Nothing OS 2.0 update, following the release of Nothing Phone (2). Keeping true to their promise, Nothing has now started rolling out the update to Phone (1) users in August. Here are the details:

Carl Pei recently tweeted that the Phone (1) is now receiving the Nothing OS 2.0 update, which is based on Android 13. This new update brings several UI improvements and is less than 1GB in size.

Nothing OS 2.0 introduces a fresh design for Clock, Weather, and Quick Look widgets, along with an updated launcher grid layout. Additionally, users now have the option to hide app labels. The update emphasizes a minimalistic design and includes customizable folders with various layouts. The new Glyph Interface 2.0 features the Glyph Torch, which illuminates all LEDs on the back when the Torch Quick Settings tile is long-pressed. The update also introduces new apps, such as Clone and App Locker, and brings several other improvements to the system.

To download the Nothing OS 2.0 update for your Nothing Phone (1), go to System Settings and tap on the System Update option. If you haven’t received the update yet, don’t worry. It will gradually roll out to all users.

It’s worth mentioning that the Phone (1) received the stable Android 13 update in February this year, shortly after its launch. It then went on to receive the Android 14 beta update. The swift release of Nothing OS 2.0 for the Phone (1) demonstrates Nothing’s commitment to timely updates. Are you already enjoying the new features of Nothing OS 2.0 on your Phone (1)? Let us know in the comments below!