The Nothing Phone (1) is Nothing’s very first smartphone, and it will soon get a major update, as promised. Nothing OS 2.0 will land on the Nothing Phone (1) very, very soon. The company has confirmed that it’s coming next week.
Nothing OS 2.0 will land on the Nothing Phone (1) next week
Nothing did not share an exact launch date for this update, though. So… all we can do is wait. Still, we do know it’s coming next week, so that’s great for those of you who still use the device.
What will change, though? Well, Nothing has prepared a new monochrome look. It will be applied to all app icons, for a streamlined look across the board.
On top of that, Nothing OS 2.0 brings interactive folders to the table. You can basically open an app from inside a specific folder without even opening it. You can even change the shapes and sizes of those folders, for great customizability options.
This version of the company’s Android skin throws quite a few changes to the table
You can even move your quick toggles from the notification shade to the lock screen. That can increase your productivity, depending on how you use your smartphone, of course.
Nothing OS 2.0 also allows you to run two instances of the same app, and you can even lock an app if you want. There are a number of additional changes that were issued, but we’ll let you figure that out.
Nothing OS 2.0 comes pre-installed on the Nothing Phone (2), which launched last month. It didn’t take Nothing long to bring it to the Nothing Phone (1), presuming the company comes through next week, of course.
The Nothing Phone (1) launched back in July last year. It’s past a year old at this point, but it’s still a very compelling phone. It is very similar to the Nothing Phone (2) in terms of the overall design.