Nothing has made available the first beta version of Android 13 for the Nothing Phone (1), which is the company’s sole smartphone that has been published to this point. The Android 13-based version, which will be made available as Nothing OS 1.5, will not achieve a stable level until the early 2023.
Two weeks after announcing the launch of its Beta Program, Nothing has now made the first Android 13 Open Beta release available for the Nothing Phone (1). As was to be anticipated, the Open Beta build comes as Nothing OS 1.5, but the most recent stable Android upgrades have only hit Nothing OS 1.1.7 thus far. Nothing OS 1.5 is what the business says it is, to quote.
The firm explains in a blog post that it is operating an Open Beta Program in order to provide the most refined upgrade to date. This is in contrast to just providing users of Nothing Phone (1) with an early peek at the modifications that will soon be included into stable releases. However, Nothing OS 1.5 is rumored to include numerous improvements over Nothing OS 1.1.7, including an increase of up to 50 percent in the speed at which applications load, as well as the standard assortment of Android 13 enhancements, such as support for multiple languages within individual applications. You may see the whole changelog further down this page.
Nothing indicates that Nothing OS 1.5 would achieve a stable condition somewhere around the beginning of 2023 in the same blog article. To put it another way, Carl Pei’s Nothing Phone (1) will continue to run Android 12 until 2019, as the developer promised back in August. Sadly, Nothing has not revealed any more information concerning the distribution of its stable Android 13 operating system, which we think would rely on input from its Open Beta Program.