Nothing OS 1.1.4 update improves the camera

The Nothing Phone (1) has regularly received software upgrades since its introduction in July this year, resolving issues and improving the user experience. The business has released yet another update that includes bug fixes, system enhancements, and more.

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The current update is the Nothing OS 1.1.4 version, and it includes the September Android security patch. It includes several new features, system upgrades, and camera enhancements. One of these options is the 3-button navigation bar’s flippable position, which should have been a choice from the start.

Nothing OS 1.1.4 update improves the camera

OS 1.1.4 Update Changelog Nothing

new capabilities

•The three-button navigation bar now has a new flipping option.

•Not every function of the Ear (1) app has been included in Nothing OS. In Quick Settings and Settings, you may adjust gesture controls, change Noise Cancellation modes, and do other things.

•now enables LHDC high-definition audio.

enhancements to cameras

•There is now a new watermarking option for the camera app.

•enhanced colour calibration of ultra-wide cameras and improved colour consistency between primary and ultra-wide sensors.

•A new motion detection algorithm has been included for improved stability when photographing moving objects.

•shooting speed has increased while utilising HDR in ultra-wide mode.

systems upgrades

•September Security Patch has been updated.

•battery use for Always On Display and other use situations is reduced.

•enhanced thermal efficiency.

•System upgrades using a new UI.

•A Face Unlock algorithm improvement.

Fixing bugs

•resolved network problems for several carriers.

•Fixed a bug that made inbound calls appear as from an Unknown Contact.

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•Fixed fingerprint problem with HDFC Bank app.

•general bug fix.

The Nothing os update is 136 MB large. All smartphones should start receiving the OTA update notification in the upcoming days.

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