The Nothing Phone (2) received its first update, which brought many camera-related improvements, in mid-July. Some people even had one before the update was released. Now here we are only a few weeks later, and the company is already rolling out an additional update for its latest device.
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Version 2.0.2 of the Nothing OS comes with a lot of camera-focused enhancements. Let’s see what’s inside.
Our new 50 MP mode provides greater photo clarity and contrast when recording videos, improved photo quality in low-light, better contrast, optimized clarity of faces in Portrait Mode, and faster HDR processing speed. The selfie camera also gets enhanced photo clarity, improved quality in low-light, and faster HDR processing.
The new phone update comes with some great new features! For starters, the phone will now automatically shut down any apps that are using too much battery power. You’ll also see a refined out-of-battery visual when the phone is turned off. Plus, we’ve added new, different icons for each of the Nothing audio products in volume control. We hope you enjoy these new updates!
The update for the Galaxy S9 and S9+ includes the July 2023 security patches, a new haptic feedback strength when typing, improved responsiveness of the touchscreen and network reliability for “multiple global carriers”, enhanced performance of some games when played in HDR, and an overall improvement in system stability.
Issues with Dirac Audio, Google Wallet, and Bluetooth Quick Settings have been fixed, as has one that caused ‘double tap to wake’ to be unresponsive. You won’t be surprised to learn that “various bug fixes” have been applied too.
Your Nothing Phone (2) is about to get a big update! To get it, head on over to Settings > System > System Update. We can’t wait to show you what’s new.