Nothing Phone (2)’s First Update Improves the Cameras

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Nothing Phone (2) launches today, July 17, and we will rapidly find out for sure if the guys in charge of creating the device have managed to build a better smartphone than the precious Nothing Phone (1). The new phone packs some impressive specs, such as the 12GB of RAM, the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor, and more. But as it always happens in tech, there’s always room for improvement.

Nothing Phone (2) even has a surprising starting price, although many were those who were expecting to see four digits in that area.

Nothing Phone (2)’s first update has arrived

Nothing wasted no time in rolling out its first software update for the Phone (2), enhancing the transparent device with essential fixes and exciting features. This modestly sized update that NextPit writes about occupies around 105 MB of storage space, and it primarily focuses on improving the camera capabilities and refining the glyph interface.

Thanks to the new update, users now have the possibility to enjoy 2x zoom photos in portrait mode, leverage widgets on the lock screen and always-on display, as well as benefit from optimized image quality and reduced lag in video recordings. Furthermore, Nothing has proved its commitment to long-term support, promising three years of major Android upgrades and four years of security patches, making the Phone (2) an appealing choice for potential buyers who seek ongoing software enhancements.

There are two RAM variations and three storage options for the Nothing Phone (2). One of the phone’s versions comes with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. If that’s not enough, you could want to get the far better 8/256GB version. That kind of arrangement may be found on the shelves of the majority of laptops in the shops. Finally, you have the option to choose the Nothing Phone (2)’s 512GB model, which has 12GB of RAM.

Cristian Antonescu
Cristian is in love with technology, as are many of us. He has a vast experience as a content writer in the field. He's involved especially in the hardware area, where he covers the latest news regarding smartphones, laptops, PC components, and so on.